Family Difflugiidae Wallich, 1864

Diagnosis: Lobose testate amoebae with shell in cross-section circular, composed mainly of mineral grains and/or diatoms, held together by a more or less abundant organic cement, usually opaque greyish, or shell in cross-section hexagonal or polygonal, mainly organic with mineral grains, usually transparent; shells of both types sometimes compressed.

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Ditrema spec.

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Rotosphaerida

Pompholyxophrys Pompholyxophrys Pompholyxophrys Rabdiophrys Rotosphaerida Rainer, 1968 Diagnosis: Aciliate predominantly spherical or flattened amoebae from which elongated actin-based filopodia extend; with flat discoid mitochondrial cristae;

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Centropyxis tabel

Key to Centropyxis species 1 Test in dorsal view circular or almost circular 2 – Test in dorsal view irregular due to various outgrows and

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