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Recent observations

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Observer

sarka

Date

August 3, 2016

Description

Freshwater

I don't see a red eye though.

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Observer

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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Observer

naturalist39

Date

June 17, 2016

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No photos or sounds

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karolina

Date

June 4, 2016

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Square

Observer

karolina

Date

June 4, 2016

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Square

Observer

karolina

Date

June 4, 2016

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Square

Observer

karolina

Date

June 4, 2016

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Square

Observer

karolina

Date

June 4, 2016

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Square

Observer

ecovrar

Date

May 20, 2016 02:47 PM EDT
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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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