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Caption: Giant water flea compound eye. Light microscope footage of the single compound eye of a giant water flea (Leptodora sp.). Water fleas are small crustaceans found in aquatic habitats. This extremely transparent and large genus contains two species. They grow to up to 2 centimetres across and are predators of other water fleas.

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Giant water flea eye, light microscopy

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