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Eight species in the Nebela collaris complex: Nebela gimlii (Arcellinida, Hyalospheniidae), a new species described from a Swiss raised bog.
Environmental filtering and phylogenetic clustering correlate with the distribution patterns of cryptic protist species.
This study showed that the studied free-living unicellular eukaryotes follow to community assembly rules similar to those known to determine plant and animal communities; the same may be true for much of the huge functional and taxonomic diversity of protists.
Multiple barcode assessment within the Saprolegnia-Achlya clade (Saprolegniales, Oomycota, Straminipila) brings order in a neglected group of pathogens
The Saprolegnia-Achlya clade comprises species of major environmental and economic importance and their taxonomy and phylogenetic relationships remain unresolved and suffer from many inconsistencies, which is a major obstacle to the widespread application of molecular barcoding to identify pathogenic strains with quarantine implications.
High-throughput sequencing reveals diverse oomycete communities in oligotrophic peat bog micro-habitat
Incipient loss of flagella in the genus Geolegnia: the emergence of a new clade within Leptolegnia?
It is shown that Geolegnia is nested within Leptolegnia, a genus characterised by its “conventional” biflagellate life cycle, and remains paraphyletic, awaiting the redefinition of genera in this complex.