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Description of Cepedea

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Multinucleated, with a short, broad axial falx parallel to the anteroposterior axis of the cell. Kineties cover the body evenly. More common in Old World than in New World and unreported in Australia. Mostly in anuran amphibia but also in fish and one report in a freshwater snail. Cepedea dimidiata, C. affinis, C. ciliata. Type species; C. dimidiata (Stein, 1860) Metcalf, 1923.
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Cepedea

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Cepedea is a genus of heterokonts.

Examples are Cepedea virguloidea[1] and Cepedea longa.[2] A detailed list of all reported Cepedea species was compiled by Li et al (2017).[2]

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  1. ^ Kostka M, Hampl V, Cepicka I, Flegr J (October 2004). "Phylogenetic position of Protoopalina intestinalis based on SSU rRNA gene sequence". Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 33 (1): 220–4. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2004.05.009. PMID 15324850.
  2. ^ a b Li, Can; Jin, Xiao; Li, Ming; Wang, Guitang; Zou, Hong; Li, Wenxiang; Wu, Shangong (2017). "Light and transmission electron microscopy of Cepedea longa (Opalinidae) from Fejervarya limnocharis". Parasite. 24: 6. doi:10.1051/parasite/2017006. ISSN 1776-1042. PMC 5780805. PMID 28145223. open access
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Cepedea: Brief Summary

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Cepedea is a genus of heterokonts.

Examples are Cepedea virguloidea and Cepedea longa. A detailed list of all reported Cepedea species was compiled by Li et al (2017).

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