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

Gloeomonas sp.

Genus: Cell body similar to Chloromonas, ellipsoidal, ovoid, cylindrical, or spherical in shape; cellwall thick; one or two gelatinous sheath present; papilla mostly distinct, domed or rounded (sometimes with tubular structures, flagella emerging from such tubes); chloroplast cup-shaped or perforated; pyrenoids absent; stimga mostly present; two apical contractile vacuoles present; two flagella emerging from different remote points on apical cell surface; nucleus at/near the center of the cell body (Süßwasserflora von Mitteleuropa 9, Chlorophyta I, 1983).

Gloeomonas sp. (similar to G. diplochlamys (Skuja) Ettl 1958), cell body 32 μm long, 20 μm wide, cell body narrowed posterior half, swim quickly with a flagellum anterior, x 400, x 640, Shinobazu-ike (pond), Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan, March 2001 by Y. Tsukii
scale 50 μm scale 100 μm scale 150 μm; x 400 : scale 31 μm scale 63 μm scale 94 μm; x 640
Chlamydomonas Chlamydomonas Chlamydomonas Chlamydomonas

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