Vampyrella closterii
Vampyrella closterii attacking a Closterium

Vampyrella (Gobiella) closterii Poisson and Mangenot, 1933

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Vampyrella closterii
Vampyrella opens the cell by making a hole, leaving a kind of lid.
Vampyrella closterii
A part of the content of the cell has been sucked by Vampyrella
Vampyrella closterii
The Vampyrella encysts to digest the food.
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