Plagiophrys

Plagiophrys Claparede & Lachmann (ref. ID; 1618, 3693) or (Claparede & Lachmann) Penard (ref. ID; ?)

[ref. ID; 1618]
Envelope thin, hyaline, changeable with body form; usually elongate-oval with rounded posterior end; narrowed at other half; envelope finely punctated with a few small plates; aperture round; cytoplasm clear; nucleus large; pseudopods straight filopodia, sometimes branching; fresh water. (ref. ID; 1618)

[ref. ID; 1923]
Shell ovoid, flexible, compressed. Aperture rounded. (ref. ID; 1923)

  1. Plagiophrys parvipuctata Penard, 1902 (ref. ID; 3693 original paper) reported year? (ref. ID; 1618, 1923)
  2. Plagiophrys sacciformis Hertwig & Lesser
    See; Pamphagus mutabilis (ref. ID; 3693)
  3. Plagiophrys scutiformis Hertwig & Lesser (ref. ID; 2240)
    See; Pamphagus mutabilis (ref. ID; 3693)
  4. Plagiophrys scutiformis marginata (ref. ID; 2240)
  5. Plagiophrys scutiformis undulata (ref. ID; 2240)
  6. Plagiophrys sphaerica Claparede & Lachmann
    See; Pamphagus hyalinus (ref. ID; 3693)

Plagiophrys parvipuctata Penard, 1902 (ref. ID; 3693 original paper) reported year? (ref. ID; 1618, 1923)

Descriptions

Membrane finely and regularly punctate with a few minute scales. Nucleus single, small. Pseudopodia numerous, straight. Habitat among aquatic plants. (ref. ID; 1923)

Measurements

Envelope 50 um long. (ref. ID; 1618)
Length 50 um. (ref. ID; 1923)