Pseudawerintzewia moraczeweskii Stepanek 1967
Diagnosis: The covering has a pear-like shape being of light-brown colour, a very firm consistency, with surface covered very closely with filaments and minute stonelets here and there . The thickness of the covering reaches 4 µm at some places . The plasm is colourless, scarcely vacuolized, with a great amount of various small bodies inside, of unknown origin . The nucleus has not been observed. (Original description)
Dimensions: Length 95 µm, width 50 µm; pseudostome 14 µm.
Ecology: Freshwater, benthos. Czechoslovakia.
Remarks: A doubtful species. It looks more like a Difflugia.
Reference: Stepanek, M (1967). Testacea des Bentos der Talsperre Vranov am Thayafluss. Hydrobiologia, 29: 49, Fig. 19, 19.