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  • Actinobolina Being Vorax - Article with illustrations by Rosemarie Arbur on a specimen of Actobolina vorax behaving in a strange way.
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  • Amphileptus - Photographic observations by Jim Evarts of the fission and conjugation of these protozoans.
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  • Blepharisma - Photographic study of these ciliates by Jannette Hanna, including videos.
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  • Carchesium - Article by Wim van Egmond on this stalked ciliate, with a pen and ink drawing.
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  • Chlamydodon spp. - Photograph of this ciliated protozoan.
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  • Ciliate Center - Images and notes on a number of species of ciliate.
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  • The Ciliate Resource Archive - Provides a complete classification of the phylum Ciliophora down to genus level.
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  • Ciliates - Article by Wim van Egmond introducing these organisms with many excellent photographs of various species.
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  • Ciliophora - Information and photographs from Microbewiki on these organisms, their description and significance, their genome, cell structure, metabolism and ecology.
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  • Ciliophora (Ciliates) - Lists the families and genera included in this diverse group of single celled microbes.
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  • Ciliophora: Protozoans that Move with Cilia - Illustrations and information on about twenty species of ciliate, with microscopic images of many of them.
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  • Coleps - Illustration and information on this ciliate.
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  • Colpoda - Article by Rosemarie Arbur with a series of diagrams showing these protists exiting from a cyst.
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  • Dessert for Dileptus - Illustrated article by Rosemarie Arbur on the behavior and feeding habits of this ciliate.
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  • Didinium the Master Feeder. - Photographic study by Mike Dingley of this ciliate, Didinium nasutum, consuming a Paramecium larger than itself.
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  • Dileptus at Dinnertime - Illustrated article by Rosemarie Arbur on the interactions of the two ciliates, Dileptus and Litonotus, which are both carnivores.
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  • Dysteria spp. - Photograph and information on this ciliate.
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  • Euplotes sp. - Several images.
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  • Folliculina, a Marine Ciliate - Photographic study by Wim van Egmond of this tube-dwelling protozoan.
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  • Image Gallery: Paramecium portfolio - Some black and white photographs of these organisms, including conjugation and fission, taken by Jim Evarts.
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  • Introduction to the Ciliata - Photographs and information on these single celled organisms, their appearance in the fossil record, life history, ecology, systematics and morphology.
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  • Lacrymaria olor: Tear of a Swan - Article by Professor Richard Howey on this freshwater protozoan.
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  • Paramecium - Information on these organisms, often called slipper animalcules, their classification, with links to videos, images and many other sites on protists.
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  • Paramecium - General biology of these organisms with photographs and video clips.
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  • Paramecium - Photographs and information on these single-celled organisms.
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  • A Preliminary Look at the Ciliates of Borehole 25 - David Richman takes samples from a borehole in Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge and finds the high-salinity water rich in ciliates.
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  • Protist Images: Ciliophora - Classifies ciliates and provides a large number of images of individual species. English and Japanese.
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  • Ruminating on Some Secret Ciliates. - Photographic study by Dave Furness on the ciliates that spend their lives in the rumens of domestic cattle.
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  • Stentors - Photographic study by Howard Webb of these colonial ciliates.
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  • Suctoria - Photographic study by Jean-Marie Cavanihac of these marine protists, with several animated sequences.
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  • Tetrahymena - Information on this ciliated freshwater protozoan, with a video showing organisms swimming, dividing and moving their cilia from the Microbiology Video Library.
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  • Zoothamnium niveum - Photographs and information on this colonial protist.
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