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Adrian Chalkley 22 Aug 16
Carchesium .. A colonial, ciliate comon in my garden stream .. Hol Brook in Boxford
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Audrey Dussutour 14 Dec 17
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Christopher Clements Mar 18
No idea who filmed this, but Didinium eating Paramecium is just the coolest! How is that even possible?! This is why I like having these little creatures in the lab.
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Gerold Baier Apr 9
Busy day in the today
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Emily Dixon Apr 27
I've said it before and I'll say it again. 16S👏 Sequencing👏 Does👏 Not👏 Identify👏 The👏 Whole👏 Microbiome👏 By ignoring non-bacterial microbes, it's likely many studies miss key players in infections
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peyton_shetler 1 Feb 15
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h. 21 Jun 14
zoom zoom zoom (you make my heart go) boom boom
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Drew Berry 10 Apr 18
Replying to @drewberryIV
Single cell Stentor selectively feeding on algae
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McHeyzer-Williams 30 Dec 16
| hunting, consuming large amounts of food | Cheers! CBKrebs
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BSP Aberystwyth 2018 Conference 30 Jan 18
What would we do without our eh!? Well, not to worry, our speakers will make sure that we have plenty to talk about 🤗 Not to mention the & symposium 🙊 But more about these two soon enough! 😌
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Harry Ferguson Mar 8
Been watching these cool guys jump around an algae sample I’ve been looking at today and I’ve finally ID’d it as . An hour of my life well spent 😂👍
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Mara nova 23 Oct 17
Sorry I've been M.I.A I've been busy being zenon Ts slut of the 21st century lolol💛🌙✨💛✨🌙 😂✨🌙💛✨💚
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David Steensma 2 Aug 18
Why do memes/videos etc go “viral”? Clostridium doubles in 10 minutes, while E Coli can replicate in 20... and they don’t need to hijack any cells... maybe the next Grumpy Cat or Rickrolling meme should “go bacterial”-they are septic anyway- get no respect
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Leanne Hunter 15 Mar 17
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☢Anti-Protons☢🏳️‍🌈📎⚧🐱🇺🇸🌈🌊 21 May 17
A I photographed and video'd a while back.
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William Aegerter Aug 15
Overnight in the garden with slime mold. Speed: Mostly 480x to 1440x, with bits of 120x for arthropod guests (gastropod slow enough already)
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Candy 95 10 Aug 16
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Audrey Dussutour Oct 31
"Everyone needs a friend to tell you the pub is closed" (phase contrast, polarized light x600) Thank you (c) Craig A Smith !
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Karie Holtermann Aug 24
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Protistas Unimagdalena 5h
A Bacillariophyceae found in the red beach, Paracas, Peru. / Una Bacillariophyceae hallada en la playa roja, Paracas, Perú.
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