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Nickellaus Roberts Jul 19
Been too long old friend!
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meiozores2019 Jul 17
Our special lecturer SérgioAvila on the and of the at
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Nickellaus Roberts Jul 24
Just one of the few meiofaunal animals the kids created today at the “build your own meiofauna station!” with and I!
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meiozores2019 Jul 17
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Maria Fais Jul 24
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Víctor Aramayo Jul 18
A beautiful individual of the Family Epsilonematidae, subtidal benthic habitats
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Maikon Di Domenico Jul 18
An interstitial Saccocirrus from Porto de Mosteiros, showing the spermatheca of a female full of eggs.
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Ariane Buckenmeyer Jul 29
Late tweet, but in Ponta Delgada was absolutely gnarly. Stoked to have learned about meiofaunal diversity from so many awesome researchers and students. Until next time!
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Katharina M. Jörger Jul 24
Getting ready for the kids lab - next generation meiobenthologists!
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Víctor Aramayo Jul 19
A gravid female of Actinonema, a free-living nematode inhabiting subtidal benthic habitats
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Juan Pardo Aug 1
It was a great opportunity being part of the . Delighted to have learned more about with exceptional scientists and transmit the acquired knowledge to Portuguese children ('miúdos') in a ludic way of teaching.
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Ulf Jondelius Jul 19
We found this juvenile worm today. Not sure what to make of it. It is 4 mm and has a muscular tube in the anterior and a pharynx posterior to the mid body. Any suggestions?
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Maikon Di Domenico Jul 19
Once upon a time a Protodrilus went out of his grain of sand to have a beer in Azores! Because today is Friday! em Cantinho dos Anjos
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meiozores2019 Jul 18
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Maria Fais Jul 17
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Maria Fais Jul 16
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