Bodomorpha (bow-dough-more-fa) is a small cercomonad flagellate, virtually indistinguishable from Heteromita, although said to ingest food with pseudopodia formed posteriorly. With two flagella inserting subapically. Mostly from freshwater and soil. Phase contrast micrograph.
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