Amastigomonas filosaDavid J. Patterson
This species of Amastigomonas is distinguished by having fine threads emerging from the sides of the body. It has been reported once from marine sediments. Otherwise, little known of its biology.
Larsen, J. and Patterson, D. J. 1990. Some flagellates (Protista) from tropical marine sediments. Journal of Natural History 24: 801-937.
David J. Patterson
Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA
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