From Kiss et al, 2009

Genus Bereczkya Kiss and Török, 2009

Diagnosis: Minute spherical cells enclosed in a thin, rigid, often asymmetric, more or less agglutinated organic test, which has an irregular and inconspicuous apertural hole. The cytoplasm fills the test entirely. A collar-like ectoplasmic rim is situated within the aperture, from which a pseudopodial stem is erected with occasionally branching filopodia. The nucleus is slightly irregular with rod shaped granules in the nucleoplasm
and without a central nucleolus.
Type species: Bereczkya minuta

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