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Euglenophyceae: Euglenales
Mastigophora: Euglenida

Euglena fundoversata

Genus: Spindle, cylindrical or band-form; pellicle usually marked by longitudinal or spiral striae; some with a thin pellicle highly plastic; stigma usually anterior; chloroplasts discoid, band-form, or fusiform; two paramylum bodies located on either side of nucleus, rod-like to ovoid in shape or numerous and scattered throughout; contractile vacuole near reservoir; cell division longitudinal (Kudo, 1966).
Species: Cell body spindle-shaped with short tail, slightly plastic; flagellum short; 88-95 μm long, 20-25 μm wide; pellicle spirally striated; chloroplasts band-shaped, numerous, arranged along with the striae; paramylon bodies rod shaped, many; (Illustrations of The Japanese Fresh-water Algae, 1977).
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E. fundoversata ?
194 x 44 μm
USA, 1999
E. fundoversata ?
O-ike park
Fukushima, 2003
Euglena fundoversata
E. fundoversata ?
100 x 27 μm
near Town Hall
Saitama, 2004

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