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Xiphophaga allominuta

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Published: 01 January 2010
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2010) 40 (1): 3-15.
... mudflats associated with salt marshes of Sapelo Island, Georgia, host an extensive array of mainly undescribed monothalamids (allogromiids and astrorhizids), in addition to the better-known, multi-chambered forms. Among these monothalamids are two new cryptic species, Xiphophaga minuta and X. allominuta...
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Comparison of the holotypes and paratypes of  <b>Xiphophaga</b> minuta  and  Xipho...
Published: 01 January 2010
T able 1. Comparison of the holotypes and paratypes of Xiphophaga minuta and Xiphophaga allominuta .
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1–8  <b>Xiphophaga</b> minuta.  Note: The dark appearance of the cytoplasm in spec...
Published: 01 January 2010
-reproductive individuals; 7–12 54 μm; USNM 539767. 3 162 μm; USNM 539768. 4 162 μm; USNM 539769. 5 170 μm; USNM 539770. 6 154 μm; USNM 539771. 7 170 μm; USNM 539772. 8 162 μm; USNM 539773. 9–16 Xiphophaga allominuta . Note: The types for this species were not post-fixed in osmium tetroxide
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Published: 01 April 2013
Journal of Foraminiferal Research (2013) 43 (2): 113-126.
... Phyllospadix Hooker ( Arnold, 1982 ). Phylogenetic analyses using partial SSU rDNA sequences place Psammophaga sapela into Clade E ( Pawlowski and others, 2002 , formerly reported as P. simplora ) along with P. crystallifera ( Pawlowski and others, 2002 ), Xiphophaga allominuta Goldstein...
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