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Fig. 1. Diagrammatic representation of the 10 known Paulinella species, emphasizing overall differences in test sizes and shapes (After Nicholls, 2009).

A  P. ovalis  (Wulff) Johnson, Hargraves & Sieburth, 1988;
B  P. intermedia  Vørs, 1993;
C  P. indentata  Hannah, Rogerson & Anderson, 1996;
D  P. carsoni  Nicholls, 2009;
E  P. agassizi  Nicholls, 2009;
F  P. suzukii  Nicholls, 2009;
G  P. chromatophora  Lauterborn, 1895;
H  P. gigantica  Nicholls, 2009;
I   P. multipora  Nicholls, 2009;
J  P. lauterborni  Nicholls, 2009.


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