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Eudorina algal colony, light microscopy

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Eudorina algal colony. Light microscopy footage of a colony of the volvocid green alga Eudorina. This alga forms spherical colonies made up of several individual cells (green). Flagella protruding outwards from the sphere's surface are used to move the colony. It is an example of pond plankton. Filmed in a sample of pond water from Berlin, Germany. See K005/2244 for cropped version.

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