world of amoeboid organisms



Siemensma, F.J., 1979. Zonnediertjes K.N.N.V. Natura, 76, 4.

Siemensma, F.J., 1980. Amoeben. K.N.N.V Natura, 77, 2.

Siemensma, F.J., 1981. De Nederlandse Zonnediertjes (Actinopoda, Heliozoa). Wet. Med. K.N.N.V., 149 – Hoogwoud.

Siemensma, F.J., 1982. Schaalamoeben. K.N.N.V. Natura, 79, 4.

Siemensma, F.J., Page, F.C., 1986. A light- and electron-microscopical study of Trichamoeba sinuosa n. sp. (Amoebida) with a re-diagnosis of the genus. Protistologica. 22, 117-125.

Willumsen, N.B.S., Siemensma, F.J., Suhr-Jessen, P., 1987. A Multinucleate Amoeba, Parachaos zoochlorellae (Willumsen 1982) comb, nov., and a Proposed Division of the Genus Chaos into the Genera Chaos and Parachaos (Gymnamoebia, Amoebidae).

Siemensma, F.J., 1987a. De Nederlandse Naaktamoeben (Rhizopoda, Gymnamoebia) – Wet. Med. K.N.N.V., 181 – Hoogwoud.

Roijackers, R.M.M., Siemensma, F.J., 1988. A Study of Cristidiscoidid Amoebae (Rhizopoda, Filosea), with Descriptions of New Species and Keys to Genera and Species – Arch. Protistenkd. 135: 237-253.

Siemensma, F.J., Roijackers, R.M.M., 1988a. A study  of little-known acanthocystid heliozoeans, and a proposed revision of the genus Acanthocystis  (Actinopoda, Heliozoea). Arch.Protistenkd.,   135:197-212.

Siemensma, F.J., Roijackers, R.M.M., 1988b. The genus Raphidiophrys (Actinopoda, Heliozoa): scale morphology and species distinction. Arch. Protistenkd.,136:237-248.

Page, F.C., Siemensma, F.J., 1991. Nackte Rhizopoda und Heliozoea – Gustav Fischer Verlag.

Siemensma, F.J., 1991. Heliozoea. In: Page, F. C. & Siemensma, F.J. Nackte  Rhizopoda und Heliozoea.Protozoenfauna, Vol. 2, Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart. pp 171—290.

Mikrjukov, K.A., Siemensma, F.J., Patterson, D.J., 2000. Phylum Heliozoa. In: An Illustrated Guide To The Protozoa, Second Edition, II, 860-871.

Siemensma, F.J., 2014a. Clathrella foreli – Eine nach hundert Jahren wiederentdeckte Amöbe – Mikrokosmos 103, 3.

Siemensma, F.J., Opitz, A.M., 2014b. Beobachtungen an Pseudonebela africana, einer seltenen, doch weltweit verbreiteten Schalenamöbe – Mikrokosmos 103, 4.

Blandenier, Q., Lara, E., Mitchell, E.A.D., Alcantara, D.M.C., Siemensma, F.J., Todorov, M., Lahr, D.J.G., 2017. NAD9/NAD7 (mitochondrial nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide dehydrogenase gene) − a new “Holy Grail” phylogenetic and DNA-barcoding marker for Arcellinida (Amoebozoa)? Eur. J. Protistol. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejop.2016.12.002.

Siemensma, F., Apothéloz-Perret-Gentil, L., Holzmann, M., Clauss, S., Völcker, E., Pawlowski, J., 2017. Taxonomic Revision of Freshwater Foraminifera with the Description of Two New Agglutinated Species and Genera. European Journal of Protistology, 60, 28-44.

Dumack, K., Siemensma, F., Bonkowski, M., 2018. Rediscovery of the Testate Amoeba Genus Penardeugenia (Thaumatomonadida, Imbricatea). Protist, 169, 1, 29-42.

Ntakou, E., Siemensma, F., Bonkowski, M., Dumack, K., 2019. The Dancing Star: Reinvestigation of Artodiscus saltans (Variosea, Amoebozoa) Penard 1890. Protist, 170:349-357.

Siemensma, F., Dumack, K., 2019. SSU rDNA Phylogeny Indicates the Scale-lacking Trivalvularida ord. nov. as a Sister Group to the Euglyphida (Cercozoa, Rhizaria) Protist, 171:1. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.protis.2019.125701

Dumack, K., Siemensma, F., 2020. Shell Colour in Cercozoa; a Simple Trait to Distinguish Thecofilosea from Imbricatea? Protist, XX. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.protis.2020.125718

Dumack, K., Görzena, D., González-Miguéns, R., Siemensma, F., Lahr, D.J.G., Lara, E., Bonkowski, M. 2020. Molecular investigation of Phryganella acropodia Hertwig et Lesser, 1874 (Arcellinida, Amoebozoa). Eur. J. Protistol., https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejop.2020.125707

Najla Baković, N., Siemensma, F.J., Baković, R., Rubinić, J., 2019. Testate amoebae in karst caves of the Dinaric arc (South-Eastern Europe) with a description of Centropyxis bipilata sp. nov. Acta Protozoologica, 58.

Siemensma, F., Holzmann, M., Apothéloz-Perret-Gentil, L., Clauss, S., Völcker, Bettighofer, W., E., Khanipour Roshan, S., Walden, S., Dumack, K., Pawlowski, J., 2020: Broad sampling of monothalamids (Rhizaria, Foraminifera) gives further insight into diversity of non-marine foraminifera. Eur. J. Protistol., https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejop.2020.125744

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