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Sarcodines

Sarcodines

Sarcodines

P285 Nassula sp.

Beautiful dark green ciliate which only eats filamentous \u2018blue-green algae\u2019, and after feasting forms golde...

P21 Actinosphaerium eichornii

Large spherical, multinucleate helizoan with numerous radiating, contractile axopodia which ensnare smaller protist f...

P30 Actinophrys sol

'Sun animalcule' a smaller, prolific and uninucleate heliozoan which readily forms dormant cysts.

P44 Amoeba proteus

A very large and vigorous strain which displays protoplasmic streaming (cyclosis), prey encapsulation and phagocytosi...

P52 Arcella vulgaris

A typical testate amoebae which secretes a brown tectinous shell (test) with a central aperture through which the lob...

P62 Chaos sp. REGRET OUT OF STOCK

Very large freshwater, multinucleate amoeba, up to 2mm and which reproduces by plasmotomy.

P100 Nuclearia delicatula

An amoebae which feeds exclusively on blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria). Cultures contain amoebic cells in various sta...

P105 Raphidiophrys sp.

A small centroheliozoon. Forms cysts.

Sarcodines

P285 Nassula sp.

Beautiful dark green ciliate which only eats filamentous \u2018blue-green algae\u2019, and after feasting forms golden cysts. Cultures arrive with adequate food to demonstrate feeding.

P21 Actinosphaerium eichornii

Large spherical, multinucleate helizoan with numerous radiating, contractile axopodia which ensnare smaller protist food prey. For culturing we recommend ordering the small ciliate Colpidium striatum as a suitable food prey organism.

P30 Actinophrys sol

'Sun animalcule' a smaller, prolific and uninucleate heliozoan which readily forms dormant cysts.

P44 Amoeba proteus

A very large and vigorous strain which displays protoplasmic streaming (cyclosis), prey encapsulation and phagocytosis. An excellent textbook species for demonstrating pseudopodia and amoebae morphology.

P52 Arcella vulgaris

A typical testate amoebae which secretes a brown tectinous shell (test) with a central aperture through which the lobopodia emerge to capture bacteria and small food prey.

P62 Chaos sp. REGRET OUT OF STOCK

Very large freshwater, multinucleate amoeba, up to 2mm and which reproduces by plasmotomy.

P100 Nuclearia delicatula

An amoebae which feeds exclusively on blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria). Cultures contain amoebic cells in various stages of ingesting cyanobacterial filaments.

P105 Raphidiophrys sp.

A small centroheliozoon. Forms cysts.
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