HaeckelShell is a spongy mass with a central cavity; the spongy meshwork is denser in the vicinity of the central cavity than at the periphery of the shell. Shell diameter: ca. 200 µm.Ref.: Hollande and Enjumet (1960).
Kingdom ProtoctistaPhylum ActinopodaSubphylum SarcodinaClass PolycystinaOrder SpumellariaFamily ActinommidaeGenus PlegmosphaeraSpecies Plegmosphaera entodictyon
Status in World Register of Marine SpeciesNot included in WoRMS database
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