Ancyromonas

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Ancyromonas

An invalid bacterial genus name [Bergey’s]; not in current use.
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2 and 5 Other Metazoa Phyla Other Eukaryote Phyla Chaetognatha Ciliophora Ctenophora Other Alvelata Entoprocta Amoebozoa Hemichordata Cryptophyta Loricifera Loukozoa Gnathifera Glaucophyta Onochophora Choanozoa Porifera Picozoa Rotifera Foraminifera Xenoturbeiidea Rhodophyta Acanthocephala Myzozoa Chordata Apusozoa Cycliophora Heliozoa Gnathostomulida Percolozoa Kinohycha Euglenozoa Mesozoa Haptophyta Nematomorpha Metamunada Placozoa Cercozoa Priapulida Radiozoa Sipuncula Uncultured unicellular Uncultured Metazoa Eukaryote Acknowledgments
Phylogeny of choanozoa, apusozoa, and other protozoa and early eukaryote megaevolution.
The recently created Neomonada comprise three subphyla: Choanozoa (choanoflagellates, Corallochytrium, and the parasitic ichthyosporeans, all with predominantly flat cristae); Apusozoa (Apusomonas and its biciliate anisokont relatives, such as Ancyromonas); and Isomita (isokont usually biciliate zooflagellates).