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1 Diversity of Heterolobosea Tomáš Pánek and Ivan Č epi č

@inproceedings{Pnek20121DO,
  title={1 Diversity of Heterolobosea Tom{\'a}{\vs} P{\'a}nek and Ivan {\vC} epi {\vc}},
  author={Tom{\'a}{\vs} P{\'a}nek and Ivan {\vC}epi{\vc}ka},
  year={2012}
}
Heterolobosea is a small group of amoebae, amoeboflagellates and flagellates (ca. 140 described species). Since heterolobosean amoebae are highly reminiscent of naked lobose amoebae of Amoebozoa, they were for a long time treated as members of Rhizopoda (Levine, 1980). The class Heterolobosea was established in 1985 by Page and Blanton (Page & Blanton, 1985) by uniting unicellular Schizopyrenida with Acrasida that form multicellular bodies. Later, it was suggested that Heterolobosea might be… 

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