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Euglenophyceae: Euglenales
Mastigophora: Euglenida

Euglena wangi
Chu, 1946

Euglena wangi Species: Cell body fusiform or subcylindrical, slightly metabolic, 31-46 μm long, 9-15 μm wide, L/W=4-6; anterior end trancate or rounded, not much narrower than the widest central region, posterior end tapered into a short caudal prolongation; stigma small; chloroplasts disc-shaped, small and numerous, 2-3 μm in diam., pyrenoid absent; nucleus at the center of the cell body, spherical, 7-9 μm in diam. or ellipsoidal, 6-10 x 4.5-8 μm; discoid paramylon grains immediately beneath the periplast with their whole outer flat surface (Chu, 1946).
Other anterior paramylons --> > Phacus aenigmaticus

Euglena wangi Chu 1946, cell body 63 μm long, 10 μm wide, x 640, Naruto town, Chiba Pref., Japan, September 2003 by Y. Tsukii
scale 31 μm scale 63 μm scale 94 μm; x 640
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