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macrofauna

26 July 2018

The second sample of bentic lake fauna. Now they have to catch all moving little critters and put them in ethanol for later identification. This was the first time I saw Ostracods. A new revelation, similar to my first encounter with Lepidurus, the tadpole shrimp. From front to back, Sanne Moedt, Christoph Brochard and Marlon de Haan behind the binoc.
The small pictures are made by Christoph Brochard



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