Padaungiella-wailesi Deflandre
P. wailesi – From Deflandre, 1936

Padaungiella wailesi (Deflandre, 1936)

Diagnosis: Body of shell broad, ellipsoid, prolonged into a tubular neck. Large elliptic or polygonal rounded plates, sometimes intermixed with small polygonal scales.

Dimensions: Length 75-100 µm, my measurements 103 µm.

Ecology: In mosses and Sphagnum.

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