Triloculina (try-lock-you-lean-a) is an intertidal benthic foraminifer, with a small number of elongate chambers. Test usually said to be calcareous (porcellanous) but is brown coloured. With several major chambers. Pseudopodia mostly arise from the aperture (left). Phase contrast. This picture was taken by David Patterson, Mark Farmer from materials collected from marine sediments of Sapelo Island (George, USA) in April, 2001. Image copyright: D. J. Patterson and Mark Farmer, image used under license to MBL (micro*scope).
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Sapelo Island, Georgia, USA
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