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Recent observations

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daviswj

Date

September 19, 2016 01:43 PM EDT

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Square

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pdvmushroom

Date

September 12, 2016 01:16 PM PDT

Description

Green organism in middle. Wiggling all the time.

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Square

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tylerepes

Date

September 1, 2016

Description

organism is green and transparent. Cell shape is elongated with rounded ends and lines filled with what looks like bubbles running top to bottom. found in algae at the bottom of a pond

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laragibson

Date

September 8, 2016 06:39 PM ADT

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Square

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laragibson

Date

September 8, 2016 01:06 PM ADT

Description

Zone 6

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Square

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laragibson

Date

September 8, 2016 01:05 PM ADT

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sarka

Date

August 2, 2016

Description

Freshwater

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sarka

Date

August 3, 2016

Description

Freshwater

I don't see a red eye though.

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damontighe

Date

August 7, 2016 01:02 AM MST

Description

Sample taken 2016.08.07 and imaged 2016.08.16 using Bio-Rad Zoe imager

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damontighe

Date

August 7, 2016 07:03 AM PDT

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Square

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aheathco

Date

June 6, 2016 12:11 PM CDT

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damontighe

Date

July 10, 2016 10:06 AM PDT

Description

Triangular symmetry, they moved by rotating / spinning. The majority I saw spin clockwise.

Here is a video of them in motion:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDKQBVgjaxk

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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.

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