Two New Amoebae, Striamoeba sparolata n. sp. and Flamella tiara n. sp., from Fresh Water

@inproceedings{Water1993TwoNA,
  title={Two New Amoebae, Striamoeba sparolata n. sp. and Flamella tiara n. sp., from Fresh Water},
  author={Water and Dale W. Fishbeck},
  year={1993}
}
TWO new amoebae are described from phase contrast observations made on specimens collected from Florida and Ohio, USA. Ohio specimens occurred among Aufwuchs on the midland painted turtle, Chrysemys picta marginata, and the common snapping turtle, Chelydra serpentina serpentina, while Florida specimens were found among the bottom detritus in muddy ponds. Striamoeba sparolata n. sp. (Thecamoebidae) is spearhead-shaped, 35-45 (xm by 12.5-22.5 |̂ m at the broadest point when in motion, with a… CONTINUE READING

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