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Subject: APK0005sw9

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    wow. #protists?

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    (reminds me of this arthropod: http://talk.planktonportal.org/#/subjects/APK0002v4b

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  • suzeroo by suzeroo

    I marked the center image as a #rockeship #triangle That #protist is waaay cool.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    The problem is, that some guys like this one appear with branching tentacles and can be baby corncobs!😃 but I can't recognize them safely

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  • suzeroo by suzeroo

    Can see why you say that - triangles are usually more opaque at the tip?

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    I was actually talking about the protist in both of my previous posts. Triangles can be completely transparent, corncobs usually not.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    This is the tentacled mystery I meant: APK0006ovn another one APK0005n7z And without tentacles: APK0005o8h

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  • Ksloots by Ksloots

    I don't think it is a protist, because they are more symmetrical?

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    There are 4 bulbs visible - can't tell whether they're zooids of a Sipho or a cluster of protists 😦

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  • suzeroo by suzeroo

    Looks very similar to Image APK0006enm

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    Yep, it's the same animal.. I have many of such ones collected. Some with tentacles but mostly without. We should use some hashtag for them!

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    What about #Mystery-babysipho ?

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  • suzeroo by suzeroo

    Works for me!

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  • bt11262 by bt11262

    What's this little flowery-looking guy in the bottom left?

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  • yshish by yshish moderator, translator

    @bt11262 Please, read the whole thread below your post. We think it may be a small Siphonophore, like a Corncob one..

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