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

Gloeomonas sp.

Gloeomonas 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. (or Chlamydomonas ?), cell body 16 μm long, 15 μm wide, L/W=, double-layered gelatinous coats about 2 μm in thickness, x 640, Shirahata-Numa, Urawa, Saitama Pref., Japan, November 20, 2005 by Y. Tsukii
scale 31 μm scale 63 μm scale 94 μm; x 640
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