Family Acramoebidae Smirnov, Nassonova et Cavalier-Smith, 2008

Diagnosis: Highly branched, flattened naked amoeboid organisms, with very slender, pointed, sometimes branched hyaline subpseudopodia never forming a network, lacking granules; lacking cilia or flagella.
Type genus Acramoeba

 

Genus Acramoeba Smirnov, Nassonova et Cavalier-Smith, 2008

With diagnosis of the family.
Type species: Acramoeba dendroida

 

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