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B.arenicola2.tif (Fig. 2. SEM. Ventral lateral view: dorso-ventral compression.)
B.arenicola3.tif (Fig. 3. SEM. Ventral view: both flagella and peduncle. Lf=longitudinal flagellum; Pd=peduncle; Tf=transverse flagellum.)
B.arenicola4.tif (Fig. 4. SEM. Antapical view. Longitudinal flagellum and tip of peduncle visible.)
B.arenicola5.tif (Fig. 5. SEM. Dorsal view of epitheca: intercalary plates 2a and 3a separated.)
B.arenicola7.tif (Fig. 6. SEM. Antapical view of hypotheca. Intercalary bands visible.)
B.arenicola8.tif (Fig. 7. LM. Ventral view. v=vacuole.)
B.arenicola9.tif (Fig. 8. LM. Centrally located nucleus. APC visible. APC=apical pore complex; n = nucleus.)
B.arenicola10.tif (Fig. 9. LM. Apical stalk (arrowhead) formation.)
B.arenicola11.tif (Fig. 10. LM. Completion of cytokinesis: two daughter cells are formed (arrowheads = cleavage points). Plane of fission is oblique.)
B.arenicola12.tif (Fig. 11. Line drawing. Epitheca: plate arrangement. Po=apical pore plate; X=canal plate.)
B.arenicola13.tif (Fig. 12. Line drawing. Hypotheca: Plate arrangement.)

Bysmatrum arenicola