Nematodes

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nice pictures

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Post by benjamind2014 »

I'll second that. Very nice nematode detail, especially on the 3rd photo. Very good detail of their insides in any case.

I can't wait to be able to view nematodes myself.

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Ottimo lavoro.

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Thanks to all :smt039

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Post by darwin »

Looks like something in the direction of Acrobeles. :wink:
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Oh yes it is. Thank Darwin :D

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Third and fourth are Cervidellus, second and fifth are indeed Acrobeles
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All except the first, excellent

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Very nice photos
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Post by darwin »

I would not be surprised that they would belong to the same genus. Cephalobidae are a taxonomic mess, and these probolae are highly variable.
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darwin wrote:I would not be surprised that they would belong to the same genus. Cephalobidae are a taxonomic mess, and these probolae are highly variable.
Thank you, it is always good to have expert opinion in such cases.
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