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Calcinus elegans

Calcinus elegans

Hookworm. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of the parasitic nematode worm Ancylostoma ceylanicum. Hookworms live in the intestines of their host. The head contains several tooth-like structures which it uses to cling to the intestinal wall. They are responsible for widespread morbidity and mortality in animals primarily due to their blood-sucking activities in the intestine. Larvae enter the bloodstream by ingestion or by skin penetration. Magnification: x200 when…

Hookworm. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of the parasitic nematode worm Ancylostoma ceylanicum. Hookworms live in the intestines of their host. The head contains several tooth-like structures which it uses to cling to the intestinal wall. They are responsible for widespread morbidity and mortality in animals primarily due to their blood-sucking activities in the intestine. Larvae enter the bloodstream by ingestion or by skin penetration. Magnification: x200 when…

benitier geant 9 Bénitier Géant photo océan image géant corail bénitier

le bénitier géant est le plus gros mollusque bivalve et cette espèce protégée est une vraie merveille de la nature

The giant clam is a carnivorous invertebrate that can live over 100 years in the wild. They only get one chance to find themselves a habitat or home as once they fasten themselves to a spot on the reef, that is where they remain for their entire lives. Many are very colorful, often with blue-green, fluted mouths.

Giant Clam - Not a Man-Eater

The giant clam is a carnivorous invertebrate that can live over 100 years in the wild. They only get one chance to find themselves a habitat or home as once they fasten themselves to a spot on the reef, that is where they remain for their entire lives. Many are very colorful, often with blue-green, fluted mouths.

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