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Recent observations

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dominic

Date

April 10, 2015

Description

These guys moved so fast so the picture is cruddy. So I'm going to avoid a possible future argument and just leave it at genus.

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tobler

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March 16, 2015

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tchristensen

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April 7, 2015

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ychien1988

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the past

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raulernestoo3

Date

May 24, 2012

Description

Euglena sp observada en un objetivo de 40x.Lab. de Microbiología,F.C.B,UANL

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jen_1229

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blarios

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What

Euglena, Genus Euglena

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bettyng90

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ohnoitscindy

Date

January 30, 2015

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mramoscorrea

Date

January 31, 2015 01:06 PM PST

Description

Green protist with red is Euglena

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cedric_lee

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the past

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Description

Microscope Slide

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Observer

sarka

Date

December 28, 2014

Description

Freshwater, ph 8.1, air temp 76 f.

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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.