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Symbiosis between Euglena and Damselfly Nymphs Is Seasonal

Ruth L. Willey, William R. Bowen and Elisa Durban
Science
New Series, Vol. 170, No. 3953 (Oct. 2, 1970), pp. 80-81
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1730175
Page Count: 2

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Topics: Nymphs, Euglena, Rectum, Symbiosis, Ponds, Ice, Abdomen, Oxygen, Anus, Biology
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Abstract

An endosymbiotic association has been demonstrated between Euglena and nymphs of three species of damselfly. The hindgut of the nymphs is inhabited by the euglenoid only during the winter. Symbiotic associations involving green euglenoids and insects are virtually unknown.

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