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Synura algae, light microscopy

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Synura algae, light microscopy footage. Synura are heterokont algae, classified as chrysophyte flagellates. They form colonies, as shown here, with the spheres being 30 to 50 micrometres in diameter. Filmed in a sample of pond water from Berlin, Germany.

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