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Microgromia spec. – Olympus 100X UPLANFL

 

Microgromia spec. (Apogromia?)

Diagnose: Shell ovoid, with a distinct tubular eccentric neck; filopodia branching, with traveling granules. pseudopodia unknown.

Dimensions: Shell 15.1 x 9.4 µm (n=3)

Ecology: Freshwater; peat bogs, Laegieskamp, the Netherlands.

Microgromia spec. stacked
Microgromia spec.
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