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Subject: APK00003f7

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  • potsmaster by potsmaster

    don't think it's a thalasso, another colony of small spheres

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    Wow a really neat #radiolarian #colony..#larvacean in the upper right and #arrowworm to the left

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    hmm, i didn't know radiolarian colony could be in shapes like this one. i haven't been tagging colonies in weird shapes 0:|

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    Our current knowledge of #protists as they occur (in situ) is very limited. But these variable, clumped colonies are likely radiolarians

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    is this one (in the link) also radiolarian c. or the protist one? http://talk.planktonportal.org/#/subjects/APK0000h60

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    i see them quite often and not sure if to classify

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    Don't worry about marking these guys. We are unsure what type of #protist these clumped up colonies are

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    sorry about my previous comments, but i don't think we are certain about the identity of these colonies

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    ok

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