Free-living heterotrophic euglenids from freshwater sites in mainland Australia

@article{Schroeckh2004FreelivingHE,
  title={Free-living heterotrophic euglenids from freshwater sites in mainland Australia},
  author={Sabrina Schroeckh and Won Je Lee and David J. Patterson},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={493},
  pages={131-166}
}
This paper presents new data on free-living heterotrophic euglenids (Euglenozoa, Protista) that were found at several freshwater sites in New South Wales, Northern Territory, and Queensland, Australia. Thirty-six species are described with uninterpreted records based on light-microscopy. The records include accounts of two new taxa: Heteronema pterbicanov. spec., Sphenomonas alburiae nov. spec., and of six new combinations: Dinema dimorphum (Skuja, 1932) nov. comb., Notosolenus mediocanellatus… 
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