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Stentor roeseli is a Heterotrich Ciliate Protozoan within a mucus covering. Reaching lengths of up to 2 millimeters, Stentor are among the largest of unicellular organisms, often bigger than multicellular organisms such as Rotifers and Waterfleas. Stentors possess many nuclei arranged like a string of beads along the length of the body. DIC LM X10.
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