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Vitrella brassicaformis, Voromonas, Perkinsozoa, Perkinsus, Perkinsidae, Perkinsus marinus, Perkinsea, Myzozoa, Rhytidocystidae, Ellobiopsis, Chromera velia, Cyrilia, Acrocoelus, Colpodellida, Calpionellidae, Calpionella
Vitrella brassicaformis, also known as a 'chromerid', is a species of protist isolated from the Great Barrier Reef.
Voromonas is a genus of predatory protozoa.
Perkinsozoa is a proposed phylum in the superphylum Alveolata, which was suggested to account for the genus Perkinsus and other protist species that do not fit into existing Alveolata phyla.
Perkinsus is a genus of protists in the phylum Perkinsozoa.
Perkinsidae is a family of protists in the phylum Perkinsozoa, a sister group to the dinoflagellates.
Perkinsus marinus is a species of protist belonging to the phylum Perkinsozoa.
Perkinsea is a class of alveolates.
Myzozoa is a grouping of specific phyla within Alveolata, that either feed through myzocytosis, or were ancestrally capable of feeding through myzocytosis.
Rhytidocystidae is a family within the order Agamococcidiorida of the phylum Apicomplexa.
Ellobiopsis is a genus of alveolae parasitic protozoa.
Chromera velia, also known as a "chromerid", is a unicellular photosynthetic organism in the superphylum Alveolata.
Cyrilia is a genus of parasitic protozoa in the phylum Apicomplexia.
Acrocoelus is a genus of alveolate.
Colpodellida is an order of alveolate protists, which includes small predatory species such as Colpodella pugnax.
Calpionella are an extinct family of eucaryotic single celled organisms.
Calpionella are an extinct genus of eucaryotic single celled animals.