In article <2sncjl$72i at news.tamu.edu>, septate at tamsun (Richard E. Clopton) writes:
>1/10mm? No contest. If you're looking for the really big, exciting
>protozoans, I might suggest that you join us over in the Eugregarinorida.
>**Aikinetocystis singularis** Gates, 1926, was described from 4 species
>of the genus **Eutyphaeus** from Burma. (**Eutyphaeus** is a earthworm.)
>The body is very long and branched. Each brach bears an distal sucker.
>Total length up to 4.0mm.
Bah. A midget.
Xenophylophores get up to 25 CENTImeters across. As in nearly a foot long.
They are deep sea bottom dwellers. I think a life sized drawing of one
would make an appropriate addition for Leader Kibo's next signature.
-Matthew P Wiener (weemba at sagi.wistar.upenn.edu)