Cladophora fracta
Cladophora sp.: The genus Cladophoracan be recognized by the branched filaments. (1)
 
Cladophora sp.: optical median section of one of the cells. (1)
 
Cladophora sp.: focus plane on the perriphery of the cell showing the single reticulated chloroplast with pyrenoids. (1)
 
Cladophora sp.: crop of the above image. (1)
 
Cladophora sp.: this specimen is overgrown by epibionts like diatoms (here: Diatoma sp.; Gomphonema sp. and Cocconeis sp.) which serve as diet for other organisms like rotifers, for example Euchlanidae, Proalidae or Dicranophoridae (2)
 
 
 
Location: Stefansbachtal Gevelsberg, Grünes Klassenzimmer, Stefansbach (1); Wetter, NRW, Germany ; Elbschebach (creek)
Habitat: floating on stones(1);
Habitat (2): (click image to enlarge >>>). Together with diatoms (here: Diatoma sp.; Gomphonema sp. and Cocconeis sp.)
Date: 16.06.2011 (1); 26.04.2021 (2)
 
 
freshwater life
procaryota
algae
plants
protists
"worms"
molluscs
arthropods
marine life
mediterranean
tropical
misc
impresssum
plingfactory