Microgromia minor
Microgromia minor
Microgromia minor
Microgromia minor – Photomicrographs: Martin Kreutz

Microgromia minor De Saedeleer, 1934

Diagnosis: Shell hyaline, spherical till ovoid, small, with one side fastened to the substrate; shell with a distinct neck. Septum distinct.

Dimensions: De Saedeleer (1934): shell 14.5-25.5 µm; Kreutz (2012): 14-18 µm; Yana Eglit (pers. comm.) c. 16 µm.

Remarks: This species has not been reported for the Netherlands yet.

Microgromia minor
Microgromia minor, each shell c. 16 µm; the left hand cell is dividing; Vancouver, dried pond – Photomicrograph: Yana Eglit
Microgromia minor
Microgromia minor, each shell c. 16 µm, Vancouver, dried pond – Photomicrograph:Yana Eglit
Microgromia minor
Microgromia minor, each shell c. 16 µm, Vancouver, dried pond – Photomicrograph:Yana Eglit
Microgromia minor
Microgromia minor, each shell c. 16 µm, Vancouver, dried pond – Photomicrograph:Yana Eglit
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