Flagellata

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Name[edit]

Flagellata Cohn, 1853

Classifications[edit]

Saville-Kent (1880-1882)[edit]

From Saville-Kent, W. (1880-1882). A manual of Infusoria. London, vol. 1 (see p. 211 [1]), vol. 2 and vol. 3.

Sub-kingdom Protozoa

  • Legion Infusoria
    • Class Flagellata or Mastigophora
      • Order Trypanosomata
      • Order Rhizo-flagellata
      • Order Radio-flagellata
      • Order Flagellata-pantostomata
      • Order Choano-flagellata or Flagellata-discostomata
      • Order Flagellata-eustomata
      • Order Cilio-flagellata

Bütschli (1883-1887)[edit]

From Bütschli, O. (1880–1889): Erster Band: Protozoa. In: Bronn, H.G. (ed.): Die Klassen und Ordnugen des Thier-Reichs: wissenschaftlich dargestellt in Wort und Bild. C.F. Winter, Leipzig. Abt. II, Mastigophora, 1883-87 [2].

Phylum Protozoa

Hartmann & Chagas (1910)[edit]

From Estudos sobre flajelados / Flagellaten-Studien, [3].

  • Subclass Flagellata
    • Order Rhizomastigina
    • Order Protomonadina
      • Monozoa
        • Family Cercomonadaceae
        • Family Oicomonadaceae
        • Family Craspedomonadaceae
        • Family Bodonaceae
        • Family Monadaceae
        • Family Amphimonadaceae
        • Family Trimastigaceae
        • Family Tatramitidae
      • Diplozoa
        • Family Distomatidae
    • Order Binucleata
    • Order Chloromonadina
    • Order Euglenoidea
    • Order Phytomonadina

Pascher et al. (1913-1936)[edit]

From Die Süsswasser-Flora Deutschlands, Österreichs und der Schweiz, [4].

"Flagellatae"

  • Order Pantostomatinae
    • Family Holomastigaceae
      • Multicilia
    • Family Rhizomastigaceae
      • Pteridomonas
      • Actinomonas
      • Mastigamoeba
      • Mastigella
      • Cercomastix
      • Cercobodo
      • Bodopsis
      • Trimastigamoeba
      • Dimorpha
  • Order Protomastiginae
    • Family Oicomonadaceae
      • Oicomonas
      • Rhizomastix
      • Embadomonas
      • Thylacomonas
      • Codonoeca
      • Platytheca
      • Ancymonas
    • Family Trypanosomaceae
      • Leptomonas
      • Crithidia
      • Trypanosoma
    • Family Bicoecaceae
      • Bicoeca
      • Histiona
      • Poteriodendron
    • Family Craspedomonadaceae
      • Monosiga
      • Codonosiga
      • Codonocladium
      • Astrosiga
      • Desmarella
      • Protospongia
      • Sphaeroeca
      • Salpingoeca
      • Lagenoeca
      • Diplosiga
      • Codonosigopsis
      • Diplosigopsis
    • Family Phalansteriaceae
      • Phalansterium
    • Family Cryptobiaceae
      • Cryptobia
    • Family Monadaceae
      • Monas
      • Sterromonas
      • Physomonas
      • Stokesiella
      • Stylobryon
      • Dendromonas
      • Cephalothamnion
      • Anthophysa
    • Family Bodonaceae
      • Dinomonas
      • Bodo
      • Prowazekella
      • Phyllomitus
      • Colponema
      • Pleuromonas
      • Rhynchomonas
    • Family Amphimonadaceae
      • Amphimonas
      • Furcilla
      • Streptomonas
      • Diplomita
      • Spongomonas
      • Rhipidodendron
      • Cladomonas
    • Family Trimastigaceae
      • Dallingeria
      • Macromastix
    • Family Tetramitaceae
      • Costia
      • Collodictyon
      • Monocercomonas
      • Tetramitus
      • Trichomastix
      • Trichomonas
      • Chilomastix
      • Hexamastix
  • Order Distomatinae
    • Family Distomataceae
      • Gyromonas
      • Trigomonas
      • Trepomonas
      • Hexamitus
      • Urophagus
      • Octomitus
      • Spironema
  • "Colorless flagellates of uncertain position"
    • Clautriavia
    • Errera
    • Polypseudopodius
  • Order Silicoflagellatae
  • Order Coccolithophorales
  • Order Chrysomonadinae
  • Order Cryptomonadinae
  • Order Eugleninae
  • Order Chloromonadinae
  • Order Dinoflagellatae
  • Order Volvocales (= Phytomonadinae, also included in Chlorophyceae)
  • Order Heterochloridales (also included in Heterokontae, or Xanthophyceae)

Grell (1968)[edit]

From Grell K.G. (1968): Protozoologie. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 511 pp, [5].

Protozoa

References[edit]

  • Cohn, F. (1853). Beiträge zur Entwickelungsgeschichte der Infusorien. Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie, bd. 4, 253-281, [6].
  • Hartmann, Max and Chagas, Carlos. (1910) Estudos sobre flajelados / Flagellaten-Studien. Memórias Do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 2: 64-125, [7].
  • Pascher, Adolf (ed.). Die Süsswasser-Flora Deutschlands, Österreichs und der Schweiz. Jena: Gustav Fischer Verlag, Heft 1-15, 1913-1936.
    • Heft 1: Flagellatae I: Pantostomatinae, Protomastiginae, Distomatinae / bearbeitet von A. Pascher und E. Lemmermann, 1914. [8]
    • Heft 2: Flagellatae II: Chrysomonadinae, Cryptomonadinae, Eugleninae, Chloromonadinae und gefärbte Flagellaten unsicherer Stellung / bearbeitet von A. Pascher und E. Lemmermann, 1913.
    • Heft 3: Dinoflagellatae (Peridineae) / bearbeitet von A.J. Schilling, 1913. [9].
    • Heft 4: Volvocales = Phytomonadinae. Flagellatae IV = Chlorophyceae I / bearbeitet von A. Pascher, 1927.
    • Heft 11: Heterokontae, Phaeophyta, Rhodophyta, Charophyta / bearbeitet von A. Pascher, J. Schiller, W. Migula, 1925.
  • The Flagellates. Unity, diversity and evolution. Ed.: Barry S. C. Leadbeater and J. C. Green Taylor and Francis, London 2000, p. 5.