Coolia (coo-lee-a) monotis Meunier 1919. The images show swimming cells. The cells are flattened in the anterior-posterior plane, slightly asymmetrically. The cell on the left is in posterior-lateral view. The nucleus is visible. The cell in the middle is in ventral-lateral view. The cingulum is visible in the middle of the cell. The cell on the right is in posterior view. The cells contain yellow-brown plastids. This is from a collection of images of dinoflagellates of marine sediments. The collection has been assembled by Mona Hoppenrath and Shauna Murray. Image copyright: Mona Hoppenrath and Shauna Murray, image used under license to MBL (micro*scope).
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Dinoflagellates of marine sands
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