At first I thought this was an ameboid because of the way it shifted its shape and flowed the chloroplasts back and forth. It also twisted and I could find no flagella but it did have the characteristic red eyespot.
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That squirmy shape-shifting (or "metaboly") is pretty typical of euglenoids. In fact it is sometimes referred to as "euglenoid movement."
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