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Knotted thread hydroid on black background  ; Darkfield illumination, x 50Knotted thread hydroid on black background Knotted thread hydroid on black background ; Darkfield illumination, x 50© Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Knotted thread hydroid on black background ; Darkfield

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Obelia geniculata under optical microscopyObelia geniculata under optical microscopyObelia geniculata under optical microscopy© Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Obelia geniculata under optical microscopy

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Obelia geniculata under optical microscopyObelia geniculata under optical microscopyObelia geniculata under optical microscopy© Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Obelia geniculata under optical microscopy

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Hydranths of Obelia hydridae observed in optical microscopy ; Lighting in phase contrast, enlargement x 50.Hydranths of Obelia hydridae observed in optical microscopyHydranths of Obelia hydridae observed in optical microscopy ; Lighting in phase contrast, enlargement x 50.© Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hydranths of Obelia hydridae observed in optical microscopy ;

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Obelia Polyp observed in optical microscopy ; Enlargement x 50.Obelia Polyp observed in optical microscopyObelia Polyp observed in optical microscopy ; Enlargement x 50.© Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Obelia Polyp observed in optical microscopy ; Enlargement x 50.

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Hydroid of Jellyfish under microscope ; Light phase contrast, enlargement x 100.Hydroid of Jellyfish under microscopeHydroid of Jellyfish under microscope ; Light phase contrast, enlargement x 100.© Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hydroid of Jellyfish under microscope ; Light phase contrast,

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Hydroids of Jellyfish microscope ; Lighting in clearly bottom and enlargement X 20.<br><br><br>Hydroids of Jellyfish microscopeHydroids of Jellyfish microscope ; Lighting in clearly bottom and enlargement X 20.


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Hydroids of Jellyfish microscope ; Lighting in clearly bottom and

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Fixed stage of Marine Hydridae ; 12 mm of height. It should be noted that the chalice under the tentacles is usually  transparent but here it is covered with many epiphytes.Fixed stage of Marine HydridaeFixed stage of Marine Hydridae ; 12 mm of height. It should be noted that the chalice under the tentacles is usually transparent but here it is covered with many epiphytes.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Fixed stage of Marine Hydridae ; 12 mm of height. It should be

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Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ; Jellyfish of very small size (approximately 1,5 mms of diameter). Free stage after strobilation of the polyp fixed at the substrate. Many specimens during all of spring in the Mediterranean Sea.Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean seaPlanktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ; Jellyfish of very small size (approximately 1,5 mms of diameter). Free stage after strobilation of the polyp fixed at the substrate. Many specimens during all of spring in the Mediterranean Sea.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ;

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Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ; Jellyfish of very small size (approximately 1,5 mms of diameter). Free stage after strobilation of the polyp fixed at the substrate. Many specimens during all of spring in the Mediterranean Sea.Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean seaPlanktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ; Jellyfish of very small size (approximately 1,5 mms of diameter). Free stage after strobilation of the polyp fixed at the substrate. Many specimens during all of spring in the Mediterranean Sea.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ;

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Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ; Jellyfish of very small size (approximately 1,5 mms of diameter). Free stage after strobilation of the polyp fixed at the substrate. Many specimens during all of spring in the Mediterranean Sea.Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean seaPlanktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ; Jellyfish of very small size (approximately 1,5 mms of diameter). Free stage after strobilation of the polyp fixed at the substrate. Many specimens during all of spring in the Mediterranean Sea.© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Planktonic Jellyfish swimming in the Mediterranean sea ;

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Larve of Obelia HydroidLarve of Obelia HydroidLarve of Obelia Hydroid© Jean Lecomte / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Larve of Obelia Hydroid

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Painted topshell eating Obelia on Laminaria BretagnePainted topshell eating Obelia on Laminaria BretagnePainted topshell eating Obelia on Laminaria Bretagne© Christophe Migeon / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Painted topshell eating Obelia on Laminaria Bretagne

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