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A note upon the systematic position of “Trichomonaskeilini (Bishop, 1935)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 April 2009

Ann Bishop
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From the Molteno Institute of Biology and Parasitology, University of Cambridge

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In 1935 I described a free-living flagellate, which bore a striking resemblance to the genus Trichomonas, and was obtained, on four different occasions during a period of 12 months, from a pond in Lincolnshire. This flagellate has three anterior flagella, and a short marginal flagellum bordering an undulating membrane but without a freely-projecting end. There is no basal fibre at the base of the short membrane. The three free flagella and the marginal flagellum arise from a blepharoplast which lies in front of the single, anteriorly placed nucleus. There is a cystostome. An axostyle frequently is absent, but when present it is slender and siderophilic. Division is similar to that of Trichomonas hominis and T. batrachorum (Bishop, 1931).

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