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Staurojoenina and other symbionts in Neotermes from San Salvador Island, Bahamas.

@article{Dolan1997StaurojoeninaAO,
  title={Staurojoenina and other symbionts in Neotermes from San Salvador Island, Bahamas.},
  author={M. Dolan and L. Margulis},
  journal={Symbiosis},
  year={1997},
  volume={22},
  pages={
          229-39
        }
}
Staurojoenina, a conspicuous hypermastigote protist (undocumented in any Neotermes) and other hindgut symbionts are reported for the first time in Neotermes nr. jouteli, a dry-wood-eating termite (Kalotermitidae), from the red mangroves at the northeast corner of San Salvador Island. Other distinctive protists (Macrotrichomonas, Metadevescovina, two morphotypes of small trichomonads) and bacteria (Arthromitus-type filamentous spore-formers) symbionts were also found in this termite. This… Expand
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