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Amoebae move and feed by using pseudopods, which are bulges of cytoplasm formed by the coordinated action of actin microfilaments pushing out the plasma membrane that surrounds the cell. Groups of amoebae are distinguished by the appearance and internal structure of their pseudopods. Amoebozoan species typically have bulbous pseudopods, rounded at the ends and roughly tubular in cross-section (lobose). Cercozoan amoeboids, such as Euglypha and Gromia, have slender, thread-like (filose) pseudopods. Foraminiferan emit fine, branching pseudopods that merge with one another to form net-like (reticulose) structures. Some groups, such as the Radiolaria and the amoeboids loosely called Heliozoa, have stiff, needle-like, radiating actinopods supported from within by bundles of microtubules.