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Fig. 1

From: Draft genome of Bugula neritina, a colonial animal packing powerful symbionts and potential medicines

Fig. 1

(a) Whole colony of a preserved B. neritina. Scale bar represents 10 mm. (b) Light micrograph of a preserved fecund B. neritina colony, with feeding zooids (in square brackets) arranged bi-serially and ovicells (arrowed). (c) One live ancestrula (a), the first feeding zooid developed from a larva, and a juvenile B. neritina colony (j) with two fully developed autozooids with extended lophophores (l), at the base of which are the mouths of each feeding zooid.

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