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Two heliozoa

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Light microscopy of two heliozoa (white), with extended axopods radiating from their cell surface. Heliozoa are amoeba-like protozoa common in all aquatic environments. The axopods aid them in detecting and engulfing prey, which they do by phagocytosis. Filmed with Darkfield illumination.

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