Diagnosis: locomotive form elongated, with the length always greater than the breadth; mammilliform or conical subpseudopodia, often overtaken by the advancing hyaloplasm; nucleus spherical, with a central nucleolus; endoplasm densely filled with small granules which make it very difficult to detect any other content, like crystals.
Dimensions: c. 150-180 µm; c. nucleus 12-19.9 µm (n=8).
Ecology: forest soil, Southern France.
Remarks: it is hard to tell if the dense mass of granules is a taxonomic character. All observed amoeabe look the same.