Arcellinida

Arcellinida

[‚är·sə′lin·ə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of rhizopodous protozoans in the subclass Lobosia characterized by lobopodia and a well-defined aperture in the test.
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Thus, our species were grouped into two taxonomic categories: Arcellinida Kent, 1880 (Amoebozoa, Testacealobosia) and Euglyphida Copeland, 1956 (Rhizaria, Silicofilosea).
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Testate amoebae (Arcellinida and Euglyphida) are protozoa with cytoplasm partially enclosed in a shell or test, with an oral aperture through which pseudopods protrude for locomotion or feeding (SMITH et al., 2008).
Biodiversity of testate amoebae (Arcellinida and Euglyphida) in diferente habitats of a lake in the upper Parana river floodplain.