Acanthocystis penardi shows numerous spines and scales inserting and lying respectively upon the surface of the cell forming the . The and several narrow axopodia are clearly visible, also a free swimming Salpingoeca and a Chrysophyta called Chrysopyxis inaequalis fixed on a Tribonema with a mucilaginous string. indicates 25 µm.
Sample from sphagnum pond Dosenmoor near Neumuenster (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany). Images were taken using Zeiss Universal with Olympus C7070 CCD camera.
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