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Algae 2007;22(1): 23-29. doi: https://doi.org/10.4490/algae.2007.22.1.023
Free-living Heterotrophic Stramenopile Flagellates from Gippsland Basin, South-eastern Australia
Won Je Lee
Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyungnam University, Masan 631-701, Korea
*Corresponding Author  Email: wonje@kyungnam.ac.kr
ABSTRACT
Free-living heterotrophic stramenopile flagellates, which lack chloroplasts, were encountered in deep-sea sediments of Gippsland Basin (Australia) and classified into 10 species (8 genera, 5 families, 3 orders). Their descriptions were based on living specimens by light microscopy. Those species rarely found in this study were Bicosoeca gracilipes, Caecitellus parvulus, Cafeteria minuta, Cafeteria roenbergensis, Pseudobodo tremulans, Spumella sp., Paraphysomonas sp., Actinomonas mirabilis, Ciliophrys infusionum and Developayella elegans. Their morphological characters and geographic distribution are presented.
Key words: Bicosoecida, Chrysophyceae, heterokont, Protista, Silicoflagellata, stramenopiles


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