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Figure 5 Tardigrade egg ornamentation Tardigrades t

Figure 5 Tardigrade egg ornamentation Tardigrades t


Figure 5. Tardigrade egg ornamentation.

Figure 8. Claws of various genera of tardigrades.

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Figure 7. Buccal apparatus of various genera of tardigrades.

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Figure 6. External structures.

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two water bears (or tardigrades, microscopic

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Fig. 3. Paragenophores by scanning electron microscopy. a) Egg of M.

FIGuRE 14.12 Diagrammatic representation of buccal-pharyngeal apparatuses: (A–C) Heterotardigrada


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FIGURES 26-32. Paramacrobiotus intii sp. nov.-egg: 26-

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(A–B) Scanning electron micrographs of ornamented tardigrade eggs: (A)

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The function of egg-shell ornamentation is unknown, but given the amount of energy that is no doubt invested in producing their complexity, it's assumed ...

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Tardigr M sapiens Ei 1kx Egg of a Water Bear Courtesy of Oliver Meckes

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Egg of water bear Macrobiotus sapiens close up color enhanced scanning electron micrograph (SEM).

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Fig. 1 Scanning electron micrograph of the tardigrade Macrobiotus furciger with inset showing details of

FIGURES 11-13. Macrobiotus pisacensis sp. nov.: 11-caudo-

Figure 1. Dactylobiotus octavi sp. n. (a) habitus; (b

Figure 3. Egg of Dactylobiotus octavi sp. n. (a) in toto

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Figure 5. Macrobiotus scoticus sp. nov. – egg seen in PCM: A

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FIGURE 17.18 Confocal laser scanning micrograph of muscular architecture of Paramacrobiotus richtersi after rhodamine phalloidin staining

[ tardigrades tardigrade water bear (jpg, 100 k)] Water Bear color litho from the 19th century.

Fig. 3 Scanning electron micrographs or light micrographs of (a) Dactylobiotus cf.

FIGuRE 14.23 Light micrographs (PhC) showing the molting process in the eutardigrade Paramacrobiotus richtersi

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Fig. 3 . Scanning electron micrographs of tardigrade eggs. a : Dactylobiotus cf.

Water bear Tardigrade Eutardigrada by DIC microscopy Robert Berdan ©

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'The Water Bear web base' is a monthly journal devoted to the incredible microscopic tardigrades (i.

FIGuRE 14.24 Feeding relationships in the benthic food web of an acidic stream (Broadstone)

Figure 4. Dactylobiotus octavi sp. n. (SEM). (a)

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Fig. 5. Mesobiotus insanis, new species, PCM images of the surfaces of

Hypsibius augusti, a Tardigrade. This image features Hypsibius augusti, a species of Tardigrada

Figure 5. Maximum parsimony phylogeny of tardigrade families with mapped habitat preferences. The analysis

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Evolutionary position of the tardigrades (Aguinaldo et al., 1997, Giribet and Ribera

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Figure 4. Claw types of different eutardigrade genera. (A) Milnesium, (

Figure 1. Generalized eutardigrade schematics (A) whole body in ventrolateral view, (


FIGURE 17.27 Feeding relationships in the benthic food web of an acidic stream (Broadstone)

tardigrade with glue traces. The glue traces have a diameter of about 1 µm of a millimeter) and an average length of about 5 µm. Typically we note one trace ...

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Figs 3-6. Macrobiotus polypiformis sp. nov. 3. Cuticular pores visible

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Fig. 4 . Light micrographs (phase contrast) of unidentified tardigrade exuviae from the

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FIGURE 5. Habitus drawings of marine heterotardigrades. A Renaudarctus, redrawn from Hansen et

[egg.3|chorion.1a|×100|PCM] [egg.3|chorion.2a|×100|PCM] [egg.4|chorion.1a|×900|SEM] [egg.5|chorion.1a|×950|SEM]

Tardigrade water bear (Echiniscus testudo)

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Tardigrades, also known as water bears, are the ultimate survivors. They can handle

FIG. 1. Habitus of Dactylobiotus haplonyx specimen from Davidson River, NC (DIC

Figure 14.8. Diagrammatic representation of claw morphologies in tardigrades. (A–B) Heterotardigrada: (A) Echiniscus; (B) Carphania. (C–L) Eutardigrada: (C) ...

Figure 2. Dactylobiotus octavi sp. n. (a) anterior part of the

Figure 2. A. SEM of the eutardigrade Macrobiotus tonollii, lateral view. B

Fig. 5. Milnesium variefidum sp. nov.: claws: A-B-claws

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Fig. 4. Close-up on various parts of dorsal armature of Bryodelphax arenosus

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Figures. Light microscopy of A. active, hydrated animal (lateral view) and B.

Their feeding apparatus is fairly complex, and rightfully so, since feeding is one of their specialties. In a number of species of Heterotardigrade, ...

Lateral (side) view of the exoskeleton of an aquatic tardigrade (Hypsibius sp.

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