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Centrohelida

[¦sen·trō′hel·ə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of protozoans in the subclass Heliozoia lacking a central capsule and having axopodia or filopodia, and siliceous scales and spines.
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Like all filose amoeba, this genus lacks the axonemes and extrusomes observed in the centrohelid heliozoa.
On the centrohelid and rotosphaerid heliozoa from the environs of the Vortsjarv Limnological Station in Estonia.
Little-known and new heliozoeans: the centrohelid genus Acanthocystis, including descriptions of nine new species.
Marine and brackish-water centrohelids (Centroheliozoa, Sarcodina) of Kandalaksha Bay of the White Sea.
Like all filose amoebas, this genus lacks axonemes and extrusomes observed in the centrohelid heliozoa.
Choanocystis, described by Penard (1904), is a centrohelid heliozoan with tangential plate scales and radial spine scales with a cylindrical shaft.
Taxon Location Heterotrophic Flagellate * Cyathobodo crucifera AL-22; MS-23 Ciliate Lepidotrachelophyllum LA-8 fornicus Rhizopod Amoeba Cochilopodium LA-30 bilimbosum Cristidiscoid Heliozoa Pinaciophora LA-2, 15 fluviatilis Raphidiophrys capitata LA-2; MS-27 * Raphidiophrys MS-27 intermedia * Polyplacocystis LA-22; TX-1 marginata Centrohelid Heliozoa * Acanthocystis LA-17 durrschmidtidae * Acanthocystis MS-11 pectinata * Acanthocystis MS-27 polymorpha * Choanocystis aculeata LA-4 * Choanocystis rotundata LA-40 ssp.