parasitised tintinnid or "Be careful, you can become what you eat"
Description The image shows 3 specimens of Eutintinnus fraknoii; 'normal, 'cytoplasm consumed by a parasite' and a lorica or shell full of newly formed parasites. All 3 specimens are from a sample taken at 50 meters depth at a station off the coast of Chile.Author Dolan, JohnJPG file - 2.46 MB - 2128 x 2270 pixelsadded on 2006-05-12934 viewsWoRMS taxa Eutintinnus fraknoii (Daday, 1887)checked Dolan, John 2013-03-15This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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