Fisculla asini (Dumack, Baumann et Bonkowski, 2016)
Diagnosis: Cell body: round, diameter 19–32 µm. Ellipsoidal granular nucleus; long axis 11–16.5 µm. Central spherical nucleolus. May form floating stages with extended motionless filopodia that expand into all directions. Cell aggregates usually with 2–5cells. Smooth-walled dense cysts form within theca. Granules in the cyst seem to have another, smaller, granule attached.
Ecology: Type locality: Big puddle in a donkey paddock of a deer park in Dormagen, Germany.