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Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Chromista
Subregnum: Harosa
Infraregnum: Rhizaria
Phylum: Cercozoa
Subphylum: Filosa
Superclassis: Monadofilosa
Classis: Sarcomonadea
Ordines: Cercomonadida – Glissomonadida – ?Metopiida – Pansomonadida


Sarcomonadea Cavalier-Smith, 1995

See also



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Cavalier-Smith (1995)[edit]

Cavalier-Smith, T. (1995). Zooflagellate phylogeny and classification. In: The biology of free-living heterotrophic flagellates (ed. S.A. Karpov), Cytology [Tsitologiia], 37 (11): 1010–1029, [1].


Cavalier-Smith (1996/97)[edit]

From Amoeboflagellates and mitochondrial cristae in eukaryote evolution: megasystematics of the new protozoan subkingdoms eozoa and neozoa, [2].

Phylum Rhizopoda Dujardin 1835 stat. nov. Haeckel 1866 emend. Cavalier-Smith 1996

Cavalier Smith (2000)[edit]

Cavalier-Smith, T. (2000). Flagellate megaevolution: the basis for eukaryote diversification. In: Leadbeater, B.S.C., Green, J.C. (eds.). The Flagellates. Unity, diversity and evolution. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 361-390.

“Classification of the flagellate-containing kingdoms: Protozoa, Plantae and Chromista:”

Kingdom 1 Protozoa [**] Owen 1858 [75 orders]

Howe et al. (2009)[edit]

Howe, A. T., Bass, D., Vickerman, K., Chao, E. E., & Cavalier-Smith, T. (2009). Phylogeny, taxonomy, and astounding genetic diversity of Glissomonadida ord. nov., the dominant gliding zooflagellates in soil (Protozoa: Cercozoa). Protist, 160(2), 159-189, [3].


Ruggiero et al. (2015)[edit]