Jakobid

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Jakobid
Jakobida.svg
Four Jalobida species shown groove and flagella: Jakoba libera (ventral view), Stygiella incarcerata (ventral view), Reclinomonas americana (dorsal view), and Histiona aroides (ventral view).
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
(unranked): Excavata
Class: Jakobea
Order: Jakobida
Families

Jakobids are an order of protists in the supergroup of Excavates.

Molecular phylogenetic evidence suggests strongly that jakobids are most closely related to Heterolobosea (=Percolozoa) and Euglenozoa.[1]

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