|Original description||Cedhagen, T., Pawlowski, J., 2002, J. For. Res., 32, 351-357 (2.26 MB)|
|Further reference||Pawlowski, J., Holzmann, M., Berney, C., Fahrni, J., Cedhagen, T., Bowser, S.,S., 2002, J. For. Res., 32, 334-343 (123 KB)|
The test is free, irregular, monothalamous with a central inflated region from which branches extend in all directions. The test is uneven, loose, very soft, flexible, and droops when picked above the water surface. The organism consists of a cell covered by a brownish proteinaceous organic lining to which foreign particles, detritus, small mineral particles or organic flecks adhere.