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A beautiful nemertean

The ribbon worm Tubulanus #WormWednesday #Nemertea

The nemertean Tubulanus.
Adult specimen of the nemertean Tubulanus annulatus collected in Norway.

By Bruno C. Vellutini

Evolutionary biologist interested in embryos and larvae of marine invertebrates.

45 replies on “A beautiful nemertean

Hii!! Which microscope do u use for this works? I love so much this area, and i want to make one lab in my home..

Hi Caroline! In this particular image I was not using a microscope, but a Canon 5D camera with a good macro lens. These worms are not so tiny πŸ˜‰ For the other images here, I use Zeiss and Olympus stereo and compound microscopes from the laboratories I have worked, but they are a bit large for home use. But there are options for home scopes as well!

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