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Chlorophyceae: Chlamydomonadales (Volvocales): Chlamydomonadaceae
Volvocida: Chlamydomonadina: Chlamydomonadidae

Chloromonas infirma
(Gerloff) Silva 1972

Chloromonas Species: Cell body ovoid or cylindrical-ellipsoidal, becoming wider as getting aged, 8-14.5 μm long, 3.5-7.5 μm wide; papilla small, truncated; length of flagella nearly the same as that of cell body; chloroplast deep cup-shaped; stigma small, elliptical, located at anterior 1/3 of the cell; nucleus central (Süßwasserflora von Mitteleuropa 9, Chlorophyta I, 1983).

Chloromonas infirma (Gerloff) Silva 1972 (or C. bichlora Ettl1979 ?), cell body 14-15 μm long, 8-9 μm wide, nucleus centrally located, stigma anterior ?, x 640, Doman-green Park, Nishi-Urawa, Saitama Pref., Japan, February 2003 by Y. Tsukii
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Chloromonas Chloromonas Chloromonas

Chloromonas maculata Korschikoff (Syn: Chamydomonas korschkoffii Pascher): Cell body spherical, 15-26 μm in diam.; 2 flagella approximately equal to cell-body length; papilla small, flat in shape; many chloroplast small plate-like, without pyrenoids; stigma elliptical; 2 contractile vacuoles at the base of flagella; nucleus located at the center of the cell body (Photomicrographs of the Freshwater Algae, vol. 17, 1996).

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