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Monday, October 22, 2007

Marine Flatworms of the World

Pseudobiceros sp. from Belize, copyright Anne DuPont.

This on has been sitting in my bookmarks for a long time. Head over to Marine Flatworms of the World for some great photos of your friendly neighbourhood Platyhelminth. They also have other invertebrates, even a section dedicated to Nudi's! This site is hosted by professor Wolfgang Seifarth at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.


  1. Ah, flatworms --- aren't they amazing critters? What a great link.

  2. As far websites go, this one is top notch for detailed photography with species names and locality information.

  3. Marine Plathys are the best (after the lovely manga dugesia) in the squirmy-slimy department, aren't they? They're so elegant!


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