Heliozoan or amoeba?

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Olympusman
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Heliozoan or amoeba?

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Acanthocystis. :)
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Yes, it's an Acanthocystis, but I can't see which one: Acanthocystis myriospina, A. penardi or maybe A. turfacea.

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very nice! :wink:

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Acanthocystis

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Thanks for the ID cuys. Its interesting. I dipped this pond a week ago and now I'm seeing a lot of these.
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Hello
very nice photo
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