Please ID ? /Baltic Sea/

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Please ID ? /Baltic Sea/

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Jacek, amazing details and quality
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Thanks cepheidlux

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Hi Jacek.
Beautiful photos
Perhaps it can be a planula of a hydrozoan medusa?
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Really incredible detail!
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thanks for the comments, it is probably too small for planula of a hydrozoan medusa

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What size does it have?

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0.6 mm to 0.4 mm, had this deal, sticking to the sides of the jar

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