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.
1. Amoeba Bory de St. Vincent 1822
Amoeba proteus (Pallas 1766) Leidy 1878
Amoeba proteus with symbiotic Chlorella algae.
2. Polychaos Schaeffer 1924
Polychaos sp. with parasitic fungus