a very unusual copepode

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Franz Neidl
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a very unusual copepode

Post by Franz Neidl »

This living copepode is from the family of the Monstrilloida. Very big: about 3 mm long!
There is a species with the name Thaumaleus longispinosus, but I am not shure if this is the right name for it.
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Post by Litonotus »

indeed really strange one (:
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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Wow, I never have seen it!


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