Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Pseudotrichonympha hertwigi and Pseudotrichonympha paulistana (Trichonymphea, parabasalia) from neotropical rhinotermitids.

@article{Saldarriaga2011MorphologyAM,
  title={Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Pseudotrichonympha hertwigi and Pseudotrichonympha paulistana (Trichonymphea, parabasalia) from neotropical rhinotermitids.},
  author={Juan Francisco Saldarriaga and Gillian H Gile and Erick R. James and Ale{\vs} Hor{\'a}k and Rudolf H. Scheffrahn and Patrick J Keeling},
  journal={The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={58 6},
  pages={487-96}
}
Pseudotrichonympha is a large hypermastigote parabasalian found in the hindgut of several species of rhinotermitid termites. The genus was discovered more than 100 years ago, and although over a dozen species have since been described, this represents only a small fraction of its likely diversity: the termite genera from which Pseudotrichonympha is known… CONTINUE READING