Help ID Who is this ciliate? Scaphidiodon? Chilodontopsis?

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Protos
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Bruce Taylor wrote:Carlos & Phil, the "podite", or "cytoplasmic spine" in dysteriid ciliates like Orthotrochilia is a flexible ventral structure, used for attachment to the substrate. To me, this "tail" appears to be a dorsal feature.
Ok then wrong specie, sorry and thank you Bruce for this precision.

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Bruce Taylor wrote:Carlos & Phil, the "podite", or "cytoplasmic spine" in dysteriid ciliates like Orthotrochilia is a flexible ventral structure, used for attachment to the substrate. To me, this "tail" appears to be a dorsal feature.
Ok then wrong specie, sorry and thank you Bruce for this precision.

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Thank you Bruce for your always generous help
I continued searching for data in relation to this ciliated
carlos

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