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Euglenophyceae: Euglenales
Mastigophora: Euglenida

Euglena granulata
(Klebs) Schmitz, 1884

Euglena granulata Species: Cell body fusiform (spindle-shaped), 62-95 μm long, 18-24 μm wide, euglenoid movement active; chloroplasts saucer-shaped, slightly lobed (or wavy ?), 8-14 in number, a prenoid covered with paramylon sheath located at the center; a flagellum nearly equal to or slightly longer than the cell body; nucleus spherical 8-10 μm in diam.; stigma 5 μm; many small granules present within cytoplasm (An Illustrated Guide to Freshwater Zooplankton in Japan, 2000).

Euglena granulata (Klebs) Schmitz, 1884 ?, cell body 82 μm long, 16 μm wide, anterior rounded, posterior pointed, a nucleus located at the center of the cell body, parietal chloroplasts large disc-shaped (saucer-shaped ?), μm in diam., each containing a pyrenoid at the center, x 640, Shiro-numa, Tatebayashi city, Gunma Pref., Japan, June 2001 by Y. Tsukii
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