Pelagostrobilidium neptuni (Montagnes and Taylor, 1994) and Strombidium biarmatum nov. spec. (Ciliophora, Oligotrichea): phylogenetic position inferred from morphology, ontogenesis, and gene sequence data.

@article{Agatha2005PelagostrobilidiumN,
  title={Pelagostrobilidium neptuni (Montagnes and Taylor, 1994) and Strombidium biarmatum nov. spec. (Ciliophora, Oligotrichea): phylogenetic position inferred from morphology, ontogenesis, and gene sequence data.},
  author={Sabine Agatha and Michaela C Str{\"u}der-Kypke and Alfred Beran and Denis H Lynn},
  journal={European journal of protistology},
  year={2005},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={
          65-83
        }
}
Taxonomy, morphology and molecular systematics of a new oligotrich ciliate, Williophrya maedai gen. nov., sp. nov., with redescriptions of Strombidium basimorphum and Pseudotontonia simplicidens (Protozoa, Ciliophora, Oligotrichia)
TLDR
The morphology and small subunit rRNA (SSrRNA) gene sequence of a marine oligotrich ciliate, Williophrya maedai gen. nov., are reported and it is shown that this genus is assigned to the family Strombidiidae although it has some unique morphological features regarding its oral and somatic ciliatures.
Taxonomy and molecular phylogeny of four Strombidium species, including description of S. pseudostylifer sp. nov. (Ciliophora, Oligotrichia)
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The morphology and small subunit rRNA (SSrRNA) gene sequence of four Strombidium species are recorded, including a new species, S. pseudostylifer sp.
Phylogenetic Position of the Genus Cyrtostrombidium, with a Description of Cyrtostrombidium paralongisomum nov. spec. and a Redescription of Cyrtostrombidium longisomum Lynn & Gilron, 1993 (Protozoa, Ciliophora) Based on Live Observation, Protargol Impregnation, and 18S rDNA Sequences
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The position of the oral primordium in the genus Cyrtostrombidium is observed and a possibly homoplasious trait, a dorsal split in the girdle kinety, is observed, which partially supports the hypothesis of somatic ciliary pattern evolution recently put forth by Agatha and Strüder‐Kypke.
Morphological, Molecular, and Growth Characteristics of a Cryptic Species, Strombidium parasulcatum n. sp. (Alveolata: Ciliophora: Oligotrichida)
TLDR
The discovery of a new marine planktonic ciliate from Taiwan and other recent studies suggest that cryptic species may be common in the genus Strombidium, and an integrative approach including morphological, ecological, and molecular data should be used to address this question.
Taxonomic Redescriptions of Two Ciliates, Protogastrostyla pulchra n. g., n. comb. and Hemigastrostyla enigmatica (Ciliophora: Spirotrichea, Stichotrichia), with Phylogenetic Analyses Based on 18S and 28S rRNA Gene Sequences
TLDR
It is concluded that these two species may represent some lower groups in the subclass Stichotrichia, and that G. pulchra should represent a new genus, Protogastrostyla n.
Taxonomy, morphology and molecular systematics of three oligotrich ciliates, including a description of Apostrombidium parakielum spec. nov. (Ciliophora, Oligotrichia).
TLDR
The phylogenetic positions of these three species are inferred from their SSU rRNA gene sequence data and indicate that the genus Apostrombidium, the systematics of which has not previously been discussed using molecular information, clusters with Varistrom bidium kielum and Omegastrombidia elegans, whereas N. testaceum and N. apsheronicum form a single clade.
On two marine oligotrich ciliates, Spirostrombidium agathae n. sp. and S. schizostomum [Kahl, 1932] n. comb. from China, with a key to the identification of seven well-characterized Spirostrombidium spp. [Ciliophora: Oligotrichida]
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The ciliary pattern of the poorly known Strombidium schizostomum Kahl, 1932, which has never been studied using modern methods since it was originally reported, indicates that it should be a member of the genus Spirostrombidium.
Taxonomic description of six species of pelagic, freshwater ciliates from the Order Choreotrichida collected from Lake Ontario, Canada
  • P. Humby, D. Lynn
  • Environmental Science, Biology
    Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management
  • 2021
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The morphospecies of five species from the genus Rimostrombidium Jankowski, 1978 are described, which allow for a more detailed monitoring of the biodiversity and energy transfer within a system, which in turn can better inform ecosystem management decisions.
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