Genus Enteromyxa Cienkowsky, 1885
Diagnosis: Amoeboid organism existing in a small (less than 20 µm) uninucleate form, or large (up to 1 mm) multinucleate form. The latter usually has one dimension limited to 40 µm. Outer hyaloplasm is hyaline, from which conical or thin pseudopodia arise. Body may be surrounded by mucilage. Cysts are formed, with large specimens breaking into small ectocysts elements within a number of endocysts may form.
Its taxonomic identity is uncertain.
Ecology: Feding on cyanobacteria by ingestion. Described from freshwater and only from Europe.