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Imbricatea Cavalier-Smith 2011 Test with secreted surface silica scales; tubular mitochondrial cristae; pseudopodia conical, pointed, clearly ectoplasmatic, sometimes branched and may anastomose.
Euglyphida
Trivalvulariidae
Incertae sedis
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Cyclopyxis kahli crucigenia

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