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Chrysophyceae: Ochromonadales: Chromulinaceae:
Chrysophyceae: Chromulinales: Chromulinaceae:

Chromulina pascheri

Chromulina pascheri Genus: Body spherical or oval; one or two yellowish-brown chloroplasts (How to know the protozoa, 1779). Flagellate often becoming amoeboid or palmelloid; a single external flagellum emerging apically; second very short flagellum in a pocket detected when examined by electron microscopy; 1 or 2 chloroplasts; eyespot present in some species; cysts smooth or ornamented; many species with peripheral muciferous bodies; discobolocysts (a kind of extrusome) in some species; freshwater or marine (Illustrated Guide, 1985).
Species: 15-20 μm (How to know the protozoa, 1779).

Chromulina sp. (pascheri ?) cysts with two chloroplasts, cysts spherical in shape, 9 μm in diam., x 400, Japan, August 17, 1998 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
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