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Parmulina cyathus – dry moss on roof

 

Genus Parmulina Penard, 1902

Diagnosis: Test in lateral view hemispherical, compressed laterally, in oral view ovoid; slit-like pseudostome when folded. Test clear, flexible, chitinoid, opaque, attached debris. Pseudopods rare, bluntly lobate. Endoplasm granular. One vesicular nucleus. Feeding: herbivorous. Habitat: dry mosses (on trees and roofs).

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