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Raphidiocystis tubifera

Raphidocystis tubifera – Crailoo

 

Raphidocystis tubifera Penard, 1904

Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubifera, body Ø 50 µm – rainforest Lake Cocococha, Peru
Raphidocystis tubifera
From Siemensma, 1991
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubifera – SEM photomicrography Eckhard Voelcker
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubifera – SEM photomicrography Eckhard Voelcker
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubifera – SEM photomicrography Eckhard Voelcker
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubifera – SEM photomicrography Eckhard Voelcker
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubifera – SEM photomicrography Eckhard Voelcker
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubifera – SEM photomicrography Eckhard Voelcker
These radial spines were found in a dune lake along the Dutch coast. L = long spiculum, S = short spiculum. Both long spicula differ in the shape of the apex.
From a dune lake along the Dutch coast.
Air dried cell, with all three types of scales present.
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubiferaCrailoo, Netherlands
Raphidocystis tubifera
Raphidocystis tubiferaCrailoo, Netherlands
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