Phylum labyrinthomorpha - protozoan, Biology

Phylum Labyrinthomorpha - Protozoan

Trophic stage, ectoplasmic network with spindle shaped or spherical nonamoeboid cells. Small group living on algae; mostly marine or estuarine. Example: Labyrinthula.

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