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Does Schoenbornia secrete its platelets, does it recycle idiosomes from euglyphids or even are these platelets not idiosomes but flat mineral particles (e.g. mica)?
by: Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell
19 Mar 2020 11:32
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Anna Šímová would like help to identify a Cryptodifflugia species
by: Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell
13 Mar 2018 08:12
2 by Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell
13 Mar 2018 08:17 Jump!
by: dlahrdlahr
24 Jan 2018 18:24
6 by BINDU  LBINDU L
12 Mar 2018 05:39 Jump!
Verifying the identification of Cryptodifflugia pusilla from the Kotelnice mire, Czech Republic.
by: Anna SimovaAnna Simova
18 Dec 2016 19:14
2 by Anna SimovaAnna Simova
16 Jan 2017 13:11 Jump!
One for the twilight zone from Tom Roland and Matt Amesbury.
by: tomrolandtomroland
19 Feb 2015 18:06
5 by tomrolandtomroland
24 Feb 2015 09:38 Jump!
Discussion on ID
by: dlahrdlahr
02 Feb 2015 11:59
5 by Ferry SiemensmaFerry Siemensma
22 Feb 2015 19:57 Jump!
Discussion on possible identity.
by: Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell
25 Nov 2014 05:18
10 by dlahrdlahr
24 Jan 2018 18:22 Jump!
Discussion on possible identity.
by: dlahrdlahr
01 Oct 2014 19:28
7 by LARA EnriqueLARA Enrique
26 Nov 2014 07:51 Jump!
help taxonomy testate amoebae
by: lauramoebaelauramoebae
23 May 2014 11:06
2 by dlahrdlahr
23 May 2014 14:57 Jump!
Simon van Bellen observed a ca. 60x40µm testate amoeba in numerous peat bogs in Tierra del Fuego.
by: Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell
28 Jun 2013 08:33
8 by Ferry SiemensmaFerry Siemensma
29 May 2015 20:58 Jump!
by: Richard PayneRichard Payne
10 May 2013 09:23
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An interesting organism with assulinid like scales, but of unusual general shape.
by: dlahrdlahr
29 Jan 2013 12:03
4 by dlahrdlahr
31 Jan 2013 19:01 Jump!
Thierry Heger found this species in British Columbia. We believe it is a new species as it does not match any described species we know.
by: Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell
14 Mar 2011 08:47
5 by anushanush
21 Mar 2011 16:14 Jump!
Help me identify this testate amoeba.
by: dlahrdlahr
14 Dec 2010 00:40
6 by dlahrdlahr
16 Dec 2010 18:49 Jump!
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