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Caption: Spirostomum. Light microscope footage of numerous Spirostomum ciliate protozoans, swimming in pond water. Spirostomum species are among the largest ciliates and can grow to several millimetres in length. They move by beating hair-like cilia that cover their bodies. Spirostomum are common in freshwater and marine habitats worldwide. Filmed in brightfield illumination.

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Spirostomum ciliates, light microscopy

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