Favella ehrenbergii from Claparède & Lachmann
Description: Favella Ehrenbergii (as Tintinnus ehrenbergii) based on specimens found near Bergen, Norway; text is on pp 203-204. Plate 8 legend states that the the drawings are of the same individual: the cell extended vibrating its cilia,the cell contracted within the lorica;'vc' denotes contractile vacuole and 'w' 'anus' or cytoproct. From Claparède, E., Lachmann, J. 1858-1860. Etudes sur les infusoires et les rhizopodes. Mémoires de l'instut Genevois, 5, 6 & 7.
Author: Dolan, John
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Favella ehrenbergii (Claparède & Lachmann, 1858) Jörgensen, 1924checked Dolan, John 2013-06-26
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