Philodina plena BRYCE 1894
Philodina plena; whirling, dorsoventral view. The focusl plane is on the upper lip which has a notch (triangle). P. plena is an eyeless species. (1)
Philodina plena; same specimen as above, whirling, dorsal view. Focusl plane is on the rostrum. (1)
Philodina plena; egg from the same sample as above. Possibly from this species. (1)
Philodina plena; two aspects of the foot with spores and 4 toes, especially recognizable in the left image.(1)
Philodina plena; head and trophi of a specimen from (2)
Philodina plena; foot of creeping specimen with 4 toes and spurs ; two different focus planes. (2)
Philodina plena; trophi of a specimen from (2); cephalic view.
Location: Wahner Heide, Cologne, Germany (1); Hattingen, Beger Weg, forest edge (2)
Habitat: Sphagnum-sample (1); beech litter (Fagus sylvatica) (2)
Date: 2.01.2011 (1); 14.07.2018 (2)
freshwater life
procaryota
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protists
"worms"
molluscs
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marine life
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