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Hyalospenia subflava
H. subflava, 64 µm, Fochteloërveen, the Netherlands

Hyalosphenia subflava Cash and Hopkinson, 1909

Diagnosis: Shell ovoid, smooth, yellowish, chitinous, compressed, without any structure; aperture with a thickened border.

Dimensions: 53-70 µm long.

Ecology: Sphagnum

Hyalosphenia subflava
Hyalosphenia subflava
H. subflava, 53 µm
Hyalosphenia subflava
H. subflava, 53 um – small forest pond with Sphagnum
Hyalosphenia subflava
H. subflava, 68 um, peatbog
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