euglenophyceae:



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Anisonema-387_K.jpg Anisonema spec.
January 2007,
Hilden heathland
Phasecontrast. The trailing flagellum is of 1,5x cell length, the leading flagellum is of same length as the cell. The cell-form is not mutable.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Anisonema-630x_K.jpg Anisonema spec.
January 2007,
Hilden heathland
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_acus_K.jpg Euglena acus
Gardenpond
February 2010
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_acus_var.longissima-HF_K.jpg Euglena acus, var. longissima
Heathland pond near Roermond
February 2008
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_acus_var.longissima-PH_K.jpg Euglena acus, var. longissima
Heathland pond near Roermond
February 2008
Flagellum in phase contrastMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_ehrenbergii_K.jpg Euglena ehrenbergii
August 2006
national horticultural show DuesseldorfMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_ehrenbergii-13_K.jpg Euglena ehrenbergii
Botanical garden University Düsseldorf, July 2007
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_ehrenbergii-ausschnitt_K.jpg Euglena ehrenbergii
Botanical garden University Düsseldorf, July 2007
Detail of the pic aboveMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_gracilis_K.jpg Euglena gracilis
Hilden heathland, March 2009
Very active and metabolMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_gracilis-palmella_K.jpg Euglena gracilis
Hilden heathland, March 2009
Immobile palmella-stateMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_intermedia_K.jpg euglena intermedia
March 2002
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_oxuris_K.jpg euglena oxuris
national horticultural show Duesseldorf,
May 2006
you can see the red stigma and the distorted shape of this euglena species. Unfortunately the flagellum could not be resolved.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_sanguinea_K.jpg Euglena sanguinea
Hilden heathland
May 2011
The red color is caused by the pigment Haematochrom.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_spirogyra-400x-1_K.jpg Euglena spirogyra
Elfenmeer,
June 2008Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Typical are the spiral rows of excrescences on the surface-membrane.
Euglena_spirogyra-400x-2_K.jpg Euglena spirogyra
Elfenmeer,
June 2008Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Focus on the outer membrane, front part with eye spot
Euglena_spirogyra-400x-3_K.jpg Euglena spirogyra
Elfenmeer,
June 2008Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
E. spirogyra is very mutable in form.
Euglena_spirogyra-video_K.jpg euglena spirogyra
Kanzlerberg,
October 2006
divx-video, ~3 MBMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Euglena_tripteris_K.jpg euglena tripteris,
spring 2001
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Peranema-05_K.jpg Peranema spec.,
Botanical garden University Düsseldorf, July 2007
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Peranema-08_K.jpg Peranema spec.,
Botanical garden University Düsseldorf, July 200
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_acuminatus_K.jpg.jpg Phacus acuminatus
Southpark, Düsseldorf
March 2009
Characteristic is the large, ring shaped paramyloncorn in the middle. Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_acutus-400x_K.jpg.jpg Phacus acutus
Pietzmoor, Lüneburger Heide
July 2008
Periplast with longitudinal stripes; one ring-shaped paramyloncorn; long and straight sting Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_acutus-630x_2146-2147_K.jpg.jpg Phacus acutus
Pietzmoor, Lüneburger Heide
July 2008
Focus on the striped periplastMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_acutus-630x_2172_K.jpg.jpg Phacus acutus
Pietzmoor, Lüneburger Heide
July 2008
Focus on the striped periplastMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_acutus-PH_K.jpg.jpg Phacus acutus
Pietzmoor, Lüneburger Heide
July 2008
PhasecontrastMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_orbicularis-A_K.jpg Phacus orbicularis
Southpark, Düsseldorf
August 2008
Length: 53 µm, Width: 41 µm. Endsting angular deflected, longitudinal striped periplast, one central, large paramyloncorn and anothher smaller one, that ist situated excentric to the large one. Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_orbicularis-B_K.jpg Phacus orbicularis
Southpark, Düsseldorf
August 2008
Focus on the blunt dorsal keel. The inset shows the triangular form of the cell when viewed in an optical cross-section. Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_pyrum_K.jpg.jpg phacus pyrum
national horticultural show Duesseldorf,
June 2006
You can see the front-flagellum, the convoluted surface and the stigmaMicroscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Phacus_suecicus_K.jpg.jpg Phacus suecicus
pond near in wet meadow near Kempen,
November 2011
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Trachelomonas_euchlora_K.jpg trachelomonas euchlora
forest-pond near Frimmersdorf,
August 2002
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Trachelomonas_hispida_K.jpg trachelomonas hispida
garden pond,
February 2007
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Trachelomonas_oblonga_K.jpg trachelomonas oblonga
pond near the river Erft near Frimmersdorf,
March 2005
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Trachelomonas_volvocina_K.jpg trachelomonas volvocina
garden pond,
spring 2001
Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto
Trachelomonas_spec_K.jpg trachelomonas spec.
garden pond,
March 2004
Two Fotos of the same individual, that, as you can see by the position of the stigma, rotates in its shell.Microscopy, photomicrograph, Microfoto


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