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Anush Kosakyan sent me the files, thank you!

Re: Vucetich (1983) by Stefan LuketaStefan Luketa, 13 Mar 2017 17:42

Hello everyone,

I am looking for these two papers:

1) Vucetich MC. 1983. Contribucion al conocimiento del genero Quadrulella Cockerell, 1909 (Rhizopoda: Testaceolobosa) en la Argentina. Limnobios. 2(7): 526-532.

2) Lopretto EC, Vucetich MC. 1997. A new species of the genus Quadrulella Cockerell, 1909 (Rhizopoda: Testacea). Neotropica (La Plata). 43: 3-5.

Does anybody have these papers? My e-mail address is moc.oohay|atekulnafets#moc.oohay|atekulnafets

Thank you very much in advance.

With best regards,
Stefan Luketa

Vucetich (1983) by Stefan LuketaStefan Luketa, 12 Mar 2017 19:27

Hi, you can find the link in the section Twilight zone - Outstanding Mysteries. I look forward to your comments and suggestions.

Dear Edward,
thank you very much for sharing the papers (and introducing me to the Dropbox world).

Anna

Re: Literature Request by Anna SimovaAnna Simova, 15 Jan 2017 21:21

Hi Anna,

I have posted these references on dropbox for you. If anyone else wants these (or others) let me know.

If you have any problem with the French let me know.

cheers

Edward

Re: Literature Request by Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell, 15 Jan 2017 19:57

Hello,
I am looking for these two paper:
1) Deflandre G. (1928) Le genre Arcella Ehrenberg. Morphologie-Biologie. Essai phylogénétique et systématique. Archiv für Protistenkunde 64, 152−287.
2) Decloître L. (1976) Le genre Arcella Ehrenberg, compléments à jour au 31. Décembre 1974 de la monographie du genre parue en 1928. Archiv für Protistenkunde 118, 291−309.

I would be very grateful if someone could send me them at my email address moc.liamg|93avomis#moc.liamg|93avomis.

Best regards,
Anna

Re: Literature Request by Anna SimovaAnna Simova, 15 Jan 2017 16:40

Dear colleagues,
I would be really grateful if you could check my identification of certain testate amoebae species, which I found in a peat of Kotelnice poor fen. This species - Cryptodifflugia pusilla - was dominant in one development phase of studied mire that was reconstructed as a forested transitional mire with a mix of tree (mainly spruce, less pine, alder and fir), lower groundwater level (DWT around 11 cm; based on TA), lower pH and nutrients (pH around 4, Ellenberg indicator value for nutrient availability around 2; based on plant macrofossils).

Thank you in advance for any comments!

Best regards,
Anna Šímová

The link for picture will add here Daniel Lahr (Thanks a lot!), because I'm not allowed to publish links on this site.

Cryptodifflugia pusilla? by Anna SimovaAnna Simova, 18 Dec 2016 19:14

We also cannot wait for this meeting.Thank you Dan! :)
Cheers
Mariusz

Re: ISTA 8 Brazil by utriculatorutriculator, 15 Apr 2016 08:05

Thank you very much!

Best regards,
Itzel

Re: Literature Request by Itzel SRItzel SR, 30 Mar 2016 20:28

Thanks for the info Dan and good luck with the organisation.

Excellent idea the ISoP sponsored student award!

Can't wait to come to this meeting!

cheers

Edward

Re: ISTA 8 Brazil by Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell, 30 Mar 2016 07:29

I'm sending it to you.

best wishes

Edward

Re: Literature Request by Edward MitchellEdward Mitchell, 30 Mar 2016 06:29

Dear all,

Many of you have been asking about the meeting. We are running a little late with arrangements but the meeting will occur form September 12 to 15 in Ilhabela, SP, Brazil. We will also have a ISoP sponsored student award that should help pay some students (at the same time giving them an awesome title on their CVs).

My expectations were to have the website and registrations up and running by April 1st, but this will not happen. Hopefully by mid-April we will be in business.

But do not despair, the meeting will happen and I do hope to see all of you here.

Best,


Pseudopod your life.

ISTA 8 Brazil by dlahrdlahr, 29 Mar 2016 23:09

Hello everyone!

I am looking for this paper:

Schönborn W. (1992) Adaptive polymorphism in soil-inhabiting testate amebas (Rhizopoda) - its importance for delimitation and evolution of asexual species. Arch. Protistenk. 142: 139-155

Does anybody have it? My e-mail is xm.moc.oohay|rslezti#xm.moc.oohay|rslezti

Thank you in advance

Re: Literature Request by Itzel SRItzel SR, 29 Mar 2016 22:46

Edward Mitchell and Dan Lahr sent me the file, thank you!

Re: Literature Request by Itzel SRItzel SR, 10 Nov 2015 15:43

Hi,

How are you? I am searching the paper:

MEDIOLI, FS, DB SCOTT, and BH ABBOTT. 1987. "A Case-Study of Protozoan Intraclonal Variability - Taxonomic Implications." Journal of Foraminiferal Research 17(1): 28-47.

Someone has it? My e-mail is xm.moc.oohay|rslezti#xm.moc.oohay|rslezti.
Thank you

Have a good day!

Re: Literature Request by Itzel SRItzel SR, 10 Nov 2015 14:38

Hi,
could someone please provide me this article: Warner B. G. & Chengalath R. (1988). Holocene fossil Habrotrocha angusticollis (Bdelloidea: Rotifera) in North America. Journal of Paleolimnology,1(2), 141-147.
I would be very grateful. My email address is moc.liamg|93avomis#moc.liamg|93avomis.

Thank you in advance!
Anna Šímová

It's a somewhat late reply, but I fully agree with Leo. Recently I've found a number of shells of Schwabia. Living cells showed filopodia, which confirms Jung's opinion that Schwabia might be related to Pseudodifflugia.

Thanks for your comments Dan and Ferry. We are in the process of trying to get some SEM images of the microfossil along with some other things from the Antarctic Peninsula here at Exeter, but it is taking longer than we hoped. We have no information about any potential pseudopodia unfortunately - we have never seen the amoeba (if that is what it is!) alive, despite relatively high concentrations of it in certain samples. In addition, I cannot remember seeing an example of this test with any remnant amoeba still inside either. This has actually led us to question whether it is a testate amoeba at all - Ralf Meisterfeld certainly seemed skeptical that it was when looking at a sample at ISTA7. Obviously the logistical complications of working on the AP prevent us from popping out to get more sample!! I have some fossil sample that I can send you, Ferry, I will email you now.

well put, it may indeed be Cryptodifflugia or related.


Pseudopod your life.

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