Family Dermamoebidae Cavalier-Smith, 2004

Oblong, lancet-shaped or irregularly triangular in locomotion; with smooth cell surface or with few wide ridges, never wrinkled; short, wide triangular pseudopodia and, in some, subpseudopodia of dactylopodial type; thick cell coat, multilayered or consisting of tightly packed helical structures.
Dermamoeba, Paradermamoeba.

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