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The Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer) have a peculiar method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / The Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer) have a peculiar method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250
The Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer) have a peculiar method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250  -  Visuals Unlimited
01321498
Visuals Unlimited / The Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer) have a peculiar method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250
The Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer) have a peculiar method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250  -  Visuals Unlimited
01321497
Visuals Unlimited / The Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer) have a peculiar method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250
Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer). These Diatoms have a method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Carpenter's Rule Diatoms (Bacillaria paxillifer). These Diatoms have a method of locomotion whereby the cells slide against each other so the colony can extend and retract. DIC, LM X250