Included here are the VIDCAPs and Video from the Elbow shaped body of water in Centennial Park Colorado - Day33!
Well on day 33 there were a lot of different species of Sarcodina which I really have no firm idea as to their true identity: 1.Pic, 2. Pic, 3. Pic, 4. Pic, 5. Pic! It appears there is a representative of the Caenomorpha Genus presentPic! It would look like a representaive of the Coleps Genus that is feeding on an algae strandPic! It appears that it is folding the algae strand inside itself and has broken away because of the intensity of the light from the microscope!! Finally it looks like there is the Megamouth of the Ciliates present Pic! I have no idea what it is!!
VIDCAPS From Day 33 from the Elbow shaped body of water in Centennail Park Englewood!
QuickTime Movies from Day 33 from Water from the Elbow from Centennial Park!!
Perhaps Caenomorpha in motion!
Perhaps Caenomorpha in motion - 2!!
Two small Sarcodina in Motion!!
Small Sarcodina perhaps in the Mayorella Genus!!
Grab Bag plus Streaming Sarcodina!!
Streaming Sarcodina as above!!!
Small Sarcodian on the model of Saccamoeba gorgonia!!!
Small Sarcodian on the model of Saccamoeba gorgonia near Filamentous Cyanobacteria Strand!!!
Looks like a Coleps Feeding on an Algae Strand - One at each end!!!
The Coleps like organisms has wound the algae in a ball inside itself! The microscope light must have irritated it; and it begins to unwind the algae and pull away from the strand! Looks like the strand either broke or was a spot that had been cut or softened!!!
Small Sarcodina strams into Filamentous Cyanobacteria strand!!!
Small Sarcodina as above flows along side Filamentous Cyanobacteria strand!!!
Streaming Sarcodina as above flows under Filamentous Cyanobacteria strand!!!
The Megamouth of the Ciliate world in action!!!
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