Acrasida

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Taxonavigation[edit]

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Protozoa
Subregnum: Eozoa
Infraregnum: Excavata
Phylum: Percolozoa
Subphylum: Tetramitia
Classis: Heterolobosea
Ordo: Acrasida
Familiae: Guttulinopsidae – Acrasida incertae sedis

Name[edit]

Acrasida Schröter emend. Page & Blanton, 1985

Similar groups:

Acrasiae Van Tieghem, 1880
Acrasieae de Bary, 1884
Sorophorae Zopf, 1885
Acrasiales Schröter, 1886
Acrasinea Poche, 1913
Acrasiomycota Whittaker, 1969
Acrasida Cavalier-Smith, 1978
Acrasiogymnomycotina Alexopoulos & Mims, 1979
Acrasiomycetes Alexopoulos & Mims, 1979
Acrasea Levine et al., 1980
Acrasia Corliss, 1984
Guttulinia Olive ex Dykstra & Keller, 2000
Guttulinida Olive ex Dykstra & Keller, 2000

References[edit]


Alternative classifications[edit]

John O. Corliss (1984)[edit]

From The kingdom Protista and its 45 phyla

In Kingdom Protista, Assemblage "Rhizopods"
Phylum Acrasia Van Tighem, 1880

Page & Blanton (1985)[edit]

Page, F.C. & Blanton, R.L. (1985). The Heterolobosea (Sarcodina, Rhizopoda), a new class uniting the Schizopyrenida and the Acrasidae (Acrasida). Protistologica, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 121-132.

Sarcodina

Page (1987)[edit]

Page, F. C. (1987). The classification of ‘naked’ amoebae (Phylum Rhizopoda). Arch Protistenkd 133: 199–217, [1], [2].

Phylum Rhizopoda von Siebold, 1845

Blanton in Margulis et al. (1990)[edit]

Blanton, R.L., 1990. 6. Phylum Acrasea. In: Margulis, L., J.O. Corliss, M. Melkonian, D.J. Chapman (ed.). Handbook of Protoctista. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Boston, p. 75-87. See Brands, S.J. (1989-2015), [3].

Kingdom Protoctista

  • Section II: Phyla without flagellated stages, but with complex sexual cycles

Dykstra & Keller, in Lee et al. (2000)[edit]

Dykstra, M.J. & Keller, H.W., 2000. Class Mycetozoa De Bary, 1859. In: Lee, J.J., Leedale, G.F. & Bradbury, P. An Illustrated Guide to the Protozoa. Society of Protozoologists/Allen Press: Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A, 2nd ed., vol. 2, p. 952-981, [4]. See Brands, S.J. (1989-2015), [5].

In “protozoa”, “amoeboid protists