LM of a shelled amoeba protozoan, Arcella sp.

LM of a shelled amoeba protozoan, Arcella sp.

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Credit: CREDIT : ERIC GRAVE /SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Shelled protozoan amoeba. Light micrograph of a shelled amoeba protozoan, Arcella sp., surrounded by organic debris. The shell of this species forms a flattened dome with a hole in the middle of the underside. The shell is made of a brown or straw-coloured protein. The amoeba can feed by extending its pseudopodia out of the opening in the shell to capture tiny organisms. The Arcella genus is common in fresh-water ponds. Magnification: x83 at 35mm size.

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Keywords: amoeba, animal, arcella sp., invertebrate, invertebrates, light micrograph, nature, protein-shelled amoeba, protozoa, protozoan, shelled, wildlife, zoology

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