Images made through a microscope. All subject types.
Richard A. Nelridge
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Sorry, I missed your question about Vannellids! Vannella species are much more flattened and much smaller than Thecamoeba species. They never show the wrinkles and folds of the Thecamoeba.Ferry, is there a feature here that rules out the Vannellids? I haven't seen Vannella or its cousins in nature (or Thecamoeba either, for that matter!), but some of the pictures look a lot like this little guy (large hyaline zone, big CV).