Cephalodella stenroosi Wulfert, 1937
Cephalodella stenroosi, lateral view of a swimming specimen. C. stenroosi has a similar appearance like Cephalodella forficula, but has no eyespot. Also, in contrast to C. forficula, the dorsally bent toes have s single dorsal spicule, whereas C. forficula has 2-4
Cephalodella stenroosi, toes of another (compressed and macerated) specimen. The arrows point to the spicule in top view (left toe) and lateral view (right toe). Also visible is the omega-shaped notch at the base of the toes (arrowhead).
Cephalodella stenroosi, trophi (type D) of a macerated specimen.
 
Location: Hattingen, Wodantal, pond
Habitat: detritus
Date: 03.03.2019
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