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The Secret Life of Plankton
Under an Electron Microscope The tardigrades, (Paramacrobiotus craterlaki) feeds on nematodes and rotifers. This animal was found in a moss sample in a crater lake in Kenya. Water bears are found throughout the world, in the Arctic, high mountains, the tropics and the ocean to the deep sea. scanning electron microscope, magnification 400:1 (in 12x12cm)
Female Gravid Water Flea (Daphnia Magna) with Eggs Clearly Visible
A Daphnia, also known as a Water Flea. The balls in its back are babies. By Nigel Cattlin
Water Flea with eggs - Daphnia pulex - This most common species of water flea belongs to the family Daphiniidae. It has a cosmopolitan distribution in a wide range of aquatic habitats, although it is most closely associated with small, shaded pools and lakes of an oligotrophic nature. (Their range extends across most of the world - Americas, Europe & Australia - in appropriate habitats, most of which offer little by way of nutrients)
Marine copepoda. A: Palaemonetes argentinus Embryo (Decapoda, Malacostraca). B: Larvae of the American Lobster Homarus americanus (Decapoda, Malacostra). C: Leptestheria dahalacensis (Branchiopoda, Entomostraca). D: Saline shrimp. Artemia salina (Branchiopoda, Entomostraca).
Eucalyptus, Picture of Eucalyptus, Micro Picture of Cell Structure of a plant, Section Cut Microscopic Nature, closeup plant life , microscope, Mikroskopisch
From the Journal of Plankton Research. https://www.facebook.com/JournalPlanktonResearch?ref=ts=ts