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Polychaetes, marine worms NereisThe fauna of the Black Sea
Worm of the Tetrastemmatidae family under a microscope, order Monostilifera, are symbionts of crustaceans, starfish, ascidians and bivalve molluscs. Video shows the worm's mouth, the proboscis, which
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Planarian parasite  (flatworm)  under microscope view.
Polychaetes, marine worms NereisThe fauna of the Black Sea
A flatworm of the Prorhynchidae family under a microscope, Order Lecithoepitheliata, sample found at Lake Baikal.
worm Archicotylus sp. under the microscope. Families Dendrocoelidae, Tricladida Order. Endemic to Lake Baikal
Microturbellaria worm under the microscope, Phylum Platyhelminthes, there are predators, scavengers, parasites. Sample found at Lake Baikal
Turbellaria worm under the microscope, Platyhelminthes phylum. The species is not defined. Sample found in the Indian Ocean
Turbellaria worm under the microscope, Platyhelminthes phylum. The species is not defined. Sample found in the Indian Ocean
worm Archicotylus sp. under the microscope. Families Dendrocoelidae, Tricladida Order. Endemic to Lake Baikal
worm Archicotylus sp. under the microscope. Families Dendrocoelidae, Tricladida Order. Endemic to Lake Baikal
flatworm Leptoplana sp. under a microscope, order Polycladida, lives among algae or under rocks. Sample found in the Black Sea
Turbellaria worm, Order Polycladida under a microscope, possibly the family Planoceridae. Two tentacles serve as organs of touch. Red sea
Acoela worm Convolutriloba under a microscope, Turbellaria, type Xenacoelomorpha. Genus Are found worldwide in marine and brackish waters. Red sea.
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. Digestion works through phagocytosis. Sample found at Red Sea
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. Digestion works through phagocytosis. Sample found at Red Sea
Larva of worm Polycladida under microscope, class Turbellaria. Muller larva in Kato stage, blades are visible, which will soon disappear. Red sea
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. One can see the statocyst: organ of balance and the perchyma, where food is digested. Indian ocean
Larva of worm Polycladida under microscope, class Turbellaria. Muller larva in Kato stage, blades are visible, which will soon disappear. Red sea
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. One can see the statocyst: organ of balance and the perchyma, where food is digested. Indian ocean
Marine polychaete worm Nereis. Black Sea
Black Sea. Marine flatworm, planaria, crawling on the glass
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. In symbiosis with Zooxanthellae algae, which give him energy. Indian Ocean
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. In symbiosis with Zooxanthellae algae, which give him energy. Indian Ocean
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. In symbiosis with Zooxanthellae algae, which give him energy. Indian Ocean
Worm Turbellaria, order Acoela under a microscope. In symbiosis with Zooxanthellae algae, which give him energy. Indian Ocean
Flatworm Typhloplana sp. under a microscope, the Typhloplanidae family, Rhabditophora class, lives in symbiosis with the Zoochlorella algae, therefore they are green in color, they live in fresh water
Planarian under microscope view,parasite(flatworm).
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
worm(flatworm) Macrorhynchus sp. under a microscope, Polycystididae family, Turbellaria class, is a cosmopolitan living in both fresh and salt water.Sample found in the Barents Sea
Turbellaria flatworm under the microscope, Platyhelminthes Phylum, Order Rhabdocoela. Found in freshwater, some species are carnivores while others feed on algae
Turbellaria flatworm under the microscope, Platyhelminthes Phylum, Order Rhabdocoela. Found in freshwater, some species are carnivores while others feed on algae
Turbellaria flatworm under the microscope, Platyhelminthes Phylum, Order Rhabdocoela. Found in freshwater, some species are carnivores while others feed on algae
Turbellaria flatworm under the microscope, Platyhelminthes Phylum, Order Rhabdocoela. Found in freshwater, some species are carnivores while others feed on algae
Turbellaria flatworm under the microscope, Platyhelminthes Phylum, Order Rhabdocoela. Found in freshwater, some species are carnivores while others feed on algae
Bipalium is a genus of large predatory land planarians.
flatworm Plagiostomum lemani under the microscope, class Turbellaria, Platyhelminthes Phylum. Lives in fresh water. Sample found in the Volga River
flatworm Plagiostomum lemani under the microscope, class Turbellaria, Platyhelminthes Phylum. Lives in fresh water. Sample found in the Volga River
Turbellaria worm under the microscope, Phylum Platyhelminthes. Floats due to cilia. Sample found in the Black Sea. Specie not defined
Turbellaria worm under the microscope, of the family Pseudostomidae, Phylum Platyhelminthes. Possibly Cylindrostoma sp. Floats due to cilia. Sample found in the Black Sea.
Micro organism - Flat worm crawling
Micro organism - Flat worm crawling
worm Gyratrix hermaphroditus under a microscope, Polycystididae family, Turbellaria class, is a cosmopolitan living in both fresh and salt water. Sample found at Lake Baikal
worm Gyratrix hermaphroditus under a microscope, Polycystididae family, Turbellaria class, is a cosmopolitan living in both fresh and salt water. Sample found at Lake Baikal
worm Gyratrix hermaphroditus under a microscope, Polycystididae family, Turbellaria class, is a cosmopolitan living in both fresh and salt water. Sample found at Lake Baikal
Larva of the worm Polycladida under the microscope, class Turbellaria. Müller's larva in the Kato's stage, the blades are visible, which will soon disappear. Black Sea
Larva of the worm Polycladida under the microscope, class Turbellaria. Müller's larva in the Kato's stage, the blades are visible, which will soon disappear. Black Sea
A planarian is one of many flatworms of the Turbellaria class under microscopic view.
worm Macrorhynchus sp. under a microscope, Polycystididae family, Turbellaria class, is a cosmopolitan living in both fresh and salt water.Sample found in the Barents Sea
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
ciliated flat worm under a microscope
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Oligochaeta, Turbellaria in the Black Sea
Oligochaeta, Turbellaria in the Black Sea
Oligochaeta, Turbellaria and Nereis in the Black Sea
Oligochaeta, Turbellaria in the Black Sea
Oligochaeta, Turbellaria in the Black Sea
worm Microstomum sp. under the microscope, Microstomidae family, Macrostomida order, Turbellaria class, On the video you can observe defecatio how the worm gets rid of digested food, cleansing its
worm Microstomum sp. under the microscope, Microstomidae family, Macrostomida order, Turbellaria class, in which it is possible to observe individual segments of indivisible individuals (zooids
Gyratrix worm under a microscope, Polycystididae family, Turbellaria class, is a cosmopolitan living in both fresh and salt water.
Pair of divided flatworms climbing over coral reef
Larva of the worm Heteronemertea at pilidium stage under a microscope. Pilidiophora class. With help of cilia, it floats in the water column. Red sea
worms Planariidae under a microscope, ciliary worms or Turbellaria, a type of flatworms are free-living, but there are also parasites, hermaphrodites
Acoela worm of Convolutidae family under a microscope, type Xenacoelomorpha. They have a symbiosis with algae. Red sea
Acoela worm Convolutriloba under a microscope, of family Convolutidae, type Xenacoelomorpha. Genus Are found worldwide in marine and brackish waters. Red sea.
Acoela worm of Convolutidae family under a microscope, type Xenacoelomorpha. They have a symbiosis with algae. Red sea
Acoela worm Convolutriloba under a microscope, of family Convolutidae, type Xenacoelomorpha. Genus Are found worldwide in marine and brackish waters. Red sea.
Acoela worm of Convolutidae family under a microscope, type Xenacoelomorpha. They have a symbiosis with algae. Red sea
Nemertea worm under a microscope, family Tetrastemmatidae, genus Tetrastemma sp. Mostly predators, but there are also scavengers. Red sea
Nemertea worm under a microscope, family Tetrastemmatidae, genus Tetrastemma sp. Mostly predators, but there are also scavengers. Red sea
Nemertea worm under a microscope, family Tetrastemmatidae, genus Tetrastemma sp. Mostly predators, but there are also scavengers. Red sea
Larva of the worm Heteronemertea at pilidium stage under a microscope. Pilidiophora class. With help of cilia, it floats in the water column. Red sea
Larva of the worm Heteronemertea at pilidium stage under a microscope. Pilidiophora class. With help of cilia, it floats in the water column. Red sea
Larva of the worm Heteronemertea at pilidium stage under a microscope. Pilidiophora class. With help of cilia, it floats in the water column. Red sea
two worms under a microscope, ciliary worms or Turbellaria, a type of flatworms are free-living, but there are also parasites, hermaphrodites
Dalyellia worm under a microscope, of the family Dalyelliidae, class Turbellaria, lives in fresh water and is a predator, a distinctive feature is the barrel-shaped pharynx
Dalyellia worm under a microscope, of the family Dalyelliidae, class Turbellaria, lives in fresh water and is a predator, a distinctive feature is the barrel-shaped pharynx
Dalyellia worm under a microscope, of the family Dalyelliidae, class Turbellaria, lives in fresh water and is a predator, a distinctive feature is the barrel-shaped pharynx
Flatworm under microscope, Turbellaria class, order Polycladida, around the worm you can see Müller's larva, found in the Atlantic Ocean
Young Worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under the microscope, of the Tetrastemmatidae family. Freshwater species, predator.
Sea flatworm (Planaria sp.) on a sandy bottom.
Nemertea worm under a microscope, supertype Spiralia. Highest classification: Lophotrochozoa, specimen found in the Black Sea
Worm Tetrastemma sp. under the microscope, Nemertea Phylum, vast majority of predators, also scavengers. Work of internal organs is visible. Black Sea
Worm Tetrastemma sp. under the microscope, Nemertea Phylum, vast majority of predators, also scavengers. Work of internal organs is visible. Black Sea
Worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under the microscope, of the Tetrastemmatidae family. Freshwater species, predator.
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Planarian parasite (flatworm) under microscope view.
Planaria flatworm, under microscope view
Worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under the microscope, of the Tetrastemmatidae family. Freshwater species, predator. It can be seen how it works and turns inside out proboscis
Worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under the microscope, of the Tetrastemmatidae family. Freshwater species, predator. You can see how the stiletto moves in the proboscis
Worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under microscope, of Tetrastemmatidae family. Freshwater species, predator. Internal organs are visible: stylet and gonads, part of intestine
Worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under the microscope, of the Tetrastemmatidae family. Freshwater species, predator. Close-up of head
Proboscis of the worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under a microscope from the Tetrastemmatidae family. It can be seen how it works and turns the proboscis inside out
Worm Nemertea Prostoma sp. under the microscope, of the Tetrastemmatidae family. Freshwater species, predator. It can be seen how it works and turns inside out proboscis
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