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Difflugia beyensi
Difflugia beyensi, after Chardez, 1985

 

Difflugia beyensi Chardez, 1985

Diagnosis: Test large, perfectly spherical, regular, surmounted by a short, cylindrical, rather narrow neck; pseudostome with a regular thickening incrusted with very small stony elements; test embedded with polymorphous quartz elements, often not very brimming.

Dimensions: Height 296-325 μm; diameter 257-277 μm; pseudostome  83-85 μm, height of neck 39-48 μm

Ecology: Freshwater sediments, Belgium

Remarks:

Chardez, D. (1985): Observations sur la Repartition des Thecamoebiens dans un Lac – Acta Protozool., 24:3-4,217-223.

 

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