Genus Omnivora Dumack, 2019
Diagnosis: Cells pyriform or droplet shaped if not deterred by large ingested food particles. Cells are strikingly inert. Cells ingest large food particles and numerous inorganic particles, e.g. sand particles.
Etymology: The name refers to the peculiar trait of Omnivora mutabilis to ingest inorganic material.
Type Species: Monotypic, Omnivora mutabilis comb. nov. (basionym Pamphagus mutabilis Bailey, 1853).
Ecology: Fresh water. In sediment of oligotrophic, mesotrophic and eutrophic water types. North-America, Europe.