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larvae

here for a good, but not long time

Newly hatched veliger larva of Berthella strongi (by Jeff Goddard 32)

Newly hatched veliger larva of Berthella strongi (by Jeff Goddard 32)

Tagged with:  #Veliger  #Mollusca
Ancula lentiginosa veligers (by Jeff Goddard 32)

Ancula lentiginosa veligers (by Jeff Goddard 32)

二枚貝のベリジャー幼生/Veliger larva.avi (by otyatatemushi)

Phidiana hiltoni veliger (by Jeff Goddard 32)

Phidiana hiltoni veliger (by Jeff Goddard 32)

Tagged with:  #Mollusca  #Veliger  #Phidiana hiltoni
Triopha maculata veligers ready to hatch (by Jeff Goddard 32)

Triopha maculata veligers ready to hatch (by Jeff Goddard 32)

Tagged with:  #Mollusca  #Veliger  #Triopha maculata

Veliger larvae (by GirlScientist)

rhamphotheca:

Recently Discovered Nudibranch:  Eggs
Pictured in a microscope image, Flabellina goddardi embryos prepare to hatch from their thin egg capsules in 2008. The  0.1-millimeter-long babies hatch into shelled larvae after about a week  after the eggs are laid. The babies feed and grow on  plankton in shallow waters off California for a month or two before they  settle, metamorphose, and start eating adult food, in this case  probably plant-like organisms called hydroids.

(via: National Geo)

rhamphotheca:

Recently Discovered Nudibranch:  Eggs

Pictured in a microscope image, Flabellina goddardi embryos prepare to hatch from their thin egg capsules in 2008. The 0.1-millimeter-long babies hatch into shelled larvae after about a week after the eggs are laid. The babies feed and grow on plankton in shallow waters off California for a month or two before they settle, metamorphose, and start eating adult food, in this case probably plant-like organisms called hydroids.

(via: National Geo)

Tagged with:  #Nudibranchia  #Veliger  #Mollusca