Strain Information: 1537/6

Division/Phylum: Amoebozoa    Class: Discosea


Cochliopodium gallicum Kudryavtsev & Smirnov (2005)

CCAP 1537/6
Isolator: Smirnov (2000)
Origin: Marine; Cyanobacterial mat, salinity about 40 ppt, Camargue National Reserve, France
Culture: Medium ASWP; Bacteria present; sub; add boiled wheat grain
Other: TYPE CULTURE; a very small and very unusual Cochliopodium with the unique tectum consisting of a filamentous basal layer and an apical layer of very fine, plate-shaped scales;
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References [2]   EMBL Links
Kudryavtsev A & Smirnov A (2006) Cochliopodium gallicum n. sp. (Himatismenida), an amoeba bearing unique scales, from cyanobacterial mats in the Camargue (France). European Journal of Protistology 42: 3-7.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejop.2005.08.001

Tekle YI (2014) DNA barcoding in Amoebozoa and challenges: The example of Cochliopodium. Protist 165: 473-484.
DOI: 10.1016/j.protis.2014.05.002

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Catalogue updated: 28 September 2016