Classification
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    • 윤형동물문
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    • Rotifera
    • Rotifer
  • English
    • Rotifers
  • Spanish
    • Rotíferos
  • Japanese
    • 輪形動物門

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Recent observations

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Observer

damontighe

Date

May 22, 2016 05:56 PM MST

Description

Foldscope microscopy with iPhone6s on 2016.06.05

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tiskolin

Date

May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 28, 2016

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tiskolin

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May 27, 2016
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Description from Wikipedia

The rotifers (Rotifera, commonly called wheel animals) make up a phylum of microscopic and near-microscopic pseudocoelomate animals. They were first described by Rev. John Harris in 1696, and other forms were described by Anton van Leeuwenhoek in 1703. Most rotifers are around 0.1–0.5 mm long (although their size can range from 50 μm to over 2 millimeters), and are common in freshwater environments throughout the world with a few saltwater species; for example, those of genus Synchaeta. Some...

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