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Typical T. (Nannomonas) hyperpachymorph (a) (five specimens) and the two types of sphaeroblasts (T. (Nannomonas) sphaeromorph) (c). Photo by Bruno Polack. Montgomeryi-type sphaeroblast is light in colour and large (c1); congolense-type sphaeroblast is densely coloured and small, with a visible free flagellum (c2).

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