Flatworm Convolutriloba longifissura
A flatworm <em>Convolutriloba longifissura</em> Acoelomorpha
A flatworm Convolutriloba longifissura Acoelomorpha. The green body color of the adult comes from algal symbionts integrated in its skin. The red stripes in the middle of the body of this 3 millimeter long worm indicate mature oocytes. (Date of Image: March 2008)
Credit: Eric Rottinger/www.Kahikai.org
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