Tubulinea Smirnov et al. 2005 Tubular, sub-cylindrical pseudopodia or capable of altering the locomotive form from a flattened, expanded one to a sub-cylindrical one. Monoaxial flow of the cytoplasm in every pseudopodium or in the entire cell.
1. Euamoebida Lepsi 1960, emend. Smirnov et al. 2011
Naked with subcylindrical pseudopodia in locomotion (or the entire cell is monopodial and subcylindrical); without alteration of the locomotive form to a flattened expanded and branched one; without adhesive uroid; glycocalyx amorphous, filamentous or consisting of prismatic, cup-shaped structures.
2. Leptomyxida Pussard and Pons 1976, emend. Page 1987
Naked with locomotive form altering from a flattened expanded or reticulate one, when slowly moving, to a subcylindrical monopodial one when in rapid movement or under specific conditions; adhesive uroid.
Testate, inside an organic or mineral extracellular test of either self-secreted elements (calcareous, siliceous, or chitinoid) or recycled mineral or diatom particles bound together, with a single main opening.