Zoo Plankton

This is a kind of zooplankton, which is collected from the mudflat of Pazhaiyar tidal flat, Tamil Nadu, India.

Aquatic organisms – sandy shore fauna- larvae

The third larval stage the shrimp go through is "mysis". This stage of development lasts for about 3 to 5 days as well. At this stage the larval shrimp begin to develop its pleopods, or swimmerettes. Acartia is a genus of marine calanoid copepods. They are epipelagic, estuarine, zooplanktonic found throughout the oceans of the...

Copepods – crustaceans-aquatic life

Copepods are tiny crustaceans, less than a couple millimeters long and barely visible to the naked eye. They are natural enemies of the first and second instar (the smallest sizes) of mosquito larvae. The copepods attack and eat larvae, but can also survive on other food sources in water, so they will live for long...

Zoo plankton bebaviour

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Shrimp forms- behaviour

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Aquatic worm-unknown species- ID please…

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