Difflugia baculosa
Difflugia baculosa, from Schönborn, 1965

Difflugia baculosa  Schönborn, 1965

Diagnosis: Test cylindrical with parallel sides, fundus round, slight degeneration on the pseudostome. The pseudostome itself is three-lobed. Test completely covered with quartz stones. Nucleus located in the upper shell part and with a variable number of nucleoli.

Dimensions: Length 90-95 µm; width 40-45 µm.

Ecology: Freshwater, Poland.

References: Laminger H. 1972. Die profundale Testaceenfauna (Protozoa Rhizopoda) alterer und jungerer Bodensee-Sedimente II Arch. Hydrobiol. Bd.70. H.1. S.108-129.

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