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pgwerner

Date

April 20, 2014

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Square

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dseamer

Date

the past

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Square

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dseamer

Date

the past

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Square

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dseamer

Date

March 5, 1999

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th0th

Date

February 20, 2014

Description

Found in a moss specimen. Phase contrast.

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jimsteamer

Date

March 24, 1973

Description

100X magnification

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naturalist39

Date

September 18, 2013

Description

Again, I'm not positive I have the right genus.

In a temporary pond that would be dry this time of the year but for all the rain. The water is tea brown with humics and organics. It has a slight green tint with all the euglenoids.

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Observer

naturalist39

Date

September 18, 2013

Description

In a temporary pond that would be dry this time of the year but for all the rain. The water is tea brown with humics and organics. It has a slight green tint with all the euglenoids.

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Observer

naturalist39

Date

September 18, 2013

Description

I'm not positive this is even the right genus.

It is immotile, all the time. I have yet to see a motile cell or a flagellum.

In a temporary pond that would be dry this time of the year but for all the rain. The water is tea brown with humics and organics. It has a slight green tint with all the euglenoids.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

naturalist39

Date

September 18, 2013

Description

In a temporary pond that would be dry this time of the year but for all the rain. The water is tea brown with humics and organics. It has a slight green tint with all the euglenoids.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

naturalist39

Date

September 18, 2013

Description

In a temporary pond that would be dry this time of the year but for all the rain. The water is tea brown with humics and organics. It has a slight green tint with all the euglenoids.

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Observer

naturalist39

Date

June 25, 2013
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Description from Wikipedia

The Euglenozoa are a large group of flagellate protozoa. They include a variety of common free-living species, as well as a few important parasites, some of which infect humans. There are two main subgroups, the euglenids and kinetoplastids. Euglenozoa are unicellular, mostly around 15-40 µm in size, although some euglenids get up to 500 µm long.

No range data available.