Microscopic molluscs - Foraminifera ?

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    Foraminifera sp.?

    Taken through a microscope, each individual is about 1mm in diameter.

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    1. treegrow 67 months ago | reply

      Very cool! Forams are actually protists, i. e., single-celled organisms. Just goes to show you that being single-celled doesn't mean you have to miss out on complexity, especially if you figure out how to built a tricked out shell.

    2. alun w 42 months ago | reply

      Very nice photo! They look like peneropolids to me.

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