|Lepşi , 1960, emend. Smirnov et al., 2011|
The Euamoebida are amoeboid single-cell organisms that are always uncovered. During locomotion, they form approximately cylindrical pseudopods or approximately cylindrical monopods. This shape remains, they do not form a flattened, widened and branched shape. The Uroid is non-stick. The glycocalyx is either shapeless, thread-like or consists of prismatic, cup-shaped structures.
The Euamoebida include the following genera:
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