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Euglypha cristata
Euglypha cristata – stacked image

Euglypha cristata Leidy, 1874

Diagnosis: Shell elongated, not compressed, with a long slightly constricted neck; fundus with a tuft of divergent spines, 2-8 in number; aperture circular; nucleus with  central nucleolus.

Dimensions: 33-70 µm.

Ecology: Sphagnum and mosses.

Euglypha cristata
Euglypha cristata, 58 µm
Euglypha cristata
Euglypha cristata, 58 µm
Euglypha cristata
Euglypha cristata, Ecuador
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