Albertia naidis
Albertia naidis lives as endoparasite in the intestinum of Oligochaetes e.g. Nais sp.(arrow). This image shows the anterior part of such a worm that is infested by three parasites: most of the external parasites are peritrich ciliates (Rhabdostyla inclinans). (The arrowhead points to one of several specimens of the rotifer Cephalodella parasitica.) (2)
Albertia naidis;: close up of the above specimen. (2)
Albertia naidis;: another specimen in the same worm. (2)
Albertia naidis , forcipate trophi (2)
Albertia naidis , lateral view; isolated specimen from (1)
Albertia naidis , dorsoventral view. (1)
Albertia naidis , ? juvenile stages? (1);
 
Location: Hattingen, garden pond (1); Simmelried near Konstanz, sphagnum pond (2)
Habitat: parasitic in Nais sp. (1); (2)
Date: 01.04.2007 (1); 08.10.2018 (2)
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