Mobility in Diatom Observed using Foldscope at Kokrajhar, Assam
Observed some species of Closterium from Assam. First one looks like Closterium striolatum. Need ID confirmation
THE MEGADIVERSITY OF MICROCOSMOS CONTINUES: In a drop of water, the whole ocean of microbes are seen. First time I have encountered such a fascinating diversity. To understand about the habitat check OUTREACH PROGRAM FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY
MEGADIVERSITY OF MICROCOSMOS: In a drop of water more than 4 species been observed from the same location (habitat photographs is included in https://microcosmos.foldscope.com/?p=76095)
Freshwater zooplankton Sp. : copepod Nauplius
This was an interesting observation for me. I have never seen such a organism. When I first observed it, it has a ball like appearance after a few seconds it totally dispersed in the medium. Can anyone please help to name it?
This Rotifer also recorded from the same location. I think this could be Mytilina sp. Experts comments can help me a lot.
Looks like balloon in the drop of water. Please help me to identify the species.
I have found this creepy giant from a water stream adjoining to a village where we have visited for awareness on water contamination and water borne diseases.
See the giant in pond water. It looks like Tendipes sp. ID confirmation needed.
As a part of outreach program of Foldscope Project (Govt.H.S & M.P. School, Kokrajhar,Assam), we have organized some awareness programs for the local community in fringe areas of Kokrajhar district. In this endeavor, the areas selected were based on the poor students learning in nearby schools as well as the lack of basic amenities of…
First time, I have seen this type of amoeboid movement through foldscope. I think this could be some Amoeba sp.
Probably Trichocerca Sp ( Diurella Sp) ?
This post is not about any microcosmos.. But people who work full time doing something they might love it. When I was working with the samples collected from a local pond, I find this interesting event. And ultimately, I find this work very rewarding. Lets guess?????
Today’s encounter – Euglena sp.