…borgei, suecicum, crenulatum…
A lot of these fine, slender Dinobryon‘s in today’s sample.
The favorite for the moment is borgei, being so tiny and modest, yet elegant with it’s funny, short curly flagel.
d=3 µm l=30 µm
suecicum is not bad either. With the rings around it’s waist it looks like a lady in a bathing suit in the twentie’s. I do wonder how this pretty thing did get it’s name…? And where is Dinobryon finnicum, then?!! 😉
d=9 µm l=20 µm
crenulatum again is a bit bigger fellow, but looks also fragile because of the shaky edge.
d=7,5 µm l=34 µm