Yo La Tengo - Daphnia Track #9 off of their I am Not Afraid of You... Album. Nice little instrumental performance.
Checkerboard Pigeon Blood Discus Fish Eating Daphnia Some of our checkerboard pigeon blood discus eating live daphnia. These checkerboard discus are just starting to develop their color and checkerboard pattern on their body. Daphnia is an excellent food to feed because of it's high protein content. The discus love feeding on live daphnia. Click the link below for a list of foods you can feed your discus. Click this link for tips on raising daphnia: Thanks for watching! Thumbs up if you like. Remember to SUBSCRIBE to our channel.
Daphnia. Live food for aquarium fish. Look at my freshwater shrimps here: www.shrimp- It's a video of daphnia magma. I keep for fun and feeding my aquarium fish. It's easy to keep and grow fast.
Daphnia longispina (Water Flea) I'm new to video microscopy but already getting nice results. This was filmed with a simple point and press digital camera through an SP100 microscope. See a water flea's heart beat, see its eggs, and watch it going to the toilet in slow motion ;-)
Hydra vs Daphnia Here a Hydra plays with a daphnia but in the end decides it's not that hungry. Hydras are a member of the phylum Cnidaria which includes animals like jellies, anemones and corals. They are able to sting their prey with special stinging cells called nematocysts. Our objective here was to observe the nematocysts firing but we weren't able to see them this time.
Daphnia.AVI Microscopic view of Daphnia
Observing Daphnia Heart Rate This video is a step-by-step guide to properly observing daphnia heart rates in different temperatures and with different chemicals.
Daphnia - Fish food Live daphnia in a pond I was going to drain. I didn't notice them during the day but under lamp light, there were millions. I'm now going to set up a daphnia farm in my polytunnel to farm them and feed my fish.
Daphnia Movie Video / Movie of Adult Daphnia / Moina capture using 100 x Microscope Visit us at www.tropicalfish2
Feeding koi fingerlings with Daphnia (Pond) Feeding some of my koi fingerlings with Daphnia.
Into the Daphnia vortex Frank Moss Chaos 14, S10 (2004) Many animals perform circular-shaped motions that in swarms often lead to vortex-type structures. One only has to think of a school of fish or a flock of birds descending on a roost tree, among other examples. In some cases these motions are induced by the presence of predators. In others, the animals are responding to light, for example as moths do. But what specifically can cause animals that ordinarily move in random directions to begin circularlike motion, and when large numbers are present, as in swarms, what can cause them to begin to circle all in the same direction, that is, to form a vortex? The theory of active Brownian particles, by Werner Ebeling, Udo Erdmann, and Lutz Schimansky-Geier of Humboldt University in Berlin, successfully describes these motions. Particles, or agents, can store energy in a reservoir that they find by foraging for food. Yet the foraging motions expend energy. A further constant drain is required by the agent's metabolism. The dissipation is dependent on the agent's velocity as shown here. Two motions are the result of the active Brownian particle theory: A noisy fixed point as shown on the left and two symmetric limit cycles in the x --y plane as seen on the right. The limit cycles are the circulating motions. Clockwise and counterclockwise are equally probable. But if the conditions are right, we sometimes see that all Daphnia spontaneously decide to move in the same direction, creating a ...
Daphnia Tank It's my Daphnia Tank. I keep them for fun and for feeding fish. Look at my other pets here: www.shrimp-
Caring and Culturing for Daphnia - Ward's Natural Science A demonstration on how to properly care for your culture of Daphnia from Ward's Natural Science
King British Daphnia Fish Treat.mp4 New King British Daphnia Fish Treat. Description of the NEW product from King British and a demonstration of it being fed into my own big barb tank. Fish Foods provided by
Daphnia; Water fleas Cultivated in lab, and used in observation of their heart-rate, at differing temperatures; possible due to a translucent carapace. Here you can see their saltatory movement.
Daphnia in caffine (recorded by Chew Weng Ern) one of the experiment in edexcel A levels syllabus. factors that affect the heart rate of daphnia.
Daphnia pulex Habitat The Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve is the home of the water flea and many other organisms. The pictures were taken during a field trip on December 11 2008 of Dr. Green Bio 7 class at Los Angeles Valley College, California.
A Quick Guide to Culturing Daphnia in a Bucket If you want to learn how to culture fairly large numbers of Daphnia, here's how I do it. Here's my podcast with additional information on Daphnia and Moina culture:
Triops, Fairy Shrimp and Daphnia This is what I got out of my "Aquasoars" pack. Everything in there is still small. There used to be way more Daphnia, Fairy Shrimp and Triops. Unfortunatly those died because I didn't use filtrated water one time (although it had no chlorine), and I didn't feed those enough either, but the Daphnia died from being eaten. That was the first batch, this is the second batch that hatched, except those are the original Daphnia that have survived out of the 300 (which started as about 3) without being eaten by Triops.
Daphnia magna mixed developmental stages (6/17/2010) Daphnia magna, presently 5th instars, hatched from resting eggs. Younger stages are progeny. Daphnias are grazing on planktonic organisms in nearly natural settings. Growth of microalgae is supported by wide spectrum lamp.
Daphnia Heartbeat Daphnia heartbeating, recorded using a Canon EOS 7D and a Leica compound microscope at approximately 100x magnification.
Björn J:son Lindh - Daphnia From the album Ramadan. Released 1971 on Metronome
Daphnia pulex Heart Beat 1 Amazing Observation
Larva VS Daphnia Watch a daphnia and larva put on the same microscope slide. I'm still trying to figure out what type of larva I had in this video. Please let me know if you can identify it.
Daphnia on dime Daphnia on a dime -- our Russian Red Daphnia available from
Hydra Eating Daphnia a hydra grabbing hold of a daphnia and beginning to consume it... Credits: Background voices are Esther Jang and Alasteir Ong. produced by Hunter College High School students
How to catch daphnia or moina read more here↓↓↓ Here's a simple video I capture in my backyard of how to collect or catch daphnia for your fish fry or small mouth fishes, such as tetras and rasboras For more info, you can check out my article here
Daphnia Heart Beat
Daphnia Culture Series-Day 22 Got you guys another update! You won't believe how many Daphnia there are now!!
Sorting and Feeding Daphnia to Discus Fry - Gwynnbrook Farm I sort live daphnia by sifting it through 3 different strainers. I then feed the small daphnia to some baby discus fry. The pretty pleco helps keep the fry tank clean. For a list of tips on raising your own live daphnia just visit this link: Thanks for watching! Don't forget to Subscribe.
Water Flea (Daphnia) Microorganism Water Flea (Daphnia) Microorganism. On microscope slide shows infrared filter.
Sequencing the Daphnia genome Notre Dame biologist Michael Pfrender is the coauthor of a paper in the prestigious journal Science describing the sequencing of the species Daphnia pulex, often referred to as the water flea. Daphnia, a small freshwater crustacean, is the first crustacean to have its genome sequenced. It contains more than 31000 genes, as compared to 23000 genes of humans. Learn More: newsinfo.nd.edu
Daphnia Care and Handling We offer two types of daphnia. Daphnia pulex are smaller and are often used in feeding studies. Daphnia magna are larger and are commonly used for heart rate studies.
Daphnia under microscope (Water Flea) Daphnia under microscope (Water Flea), you can see all moving parts, heart, even internal premature young. Daphnia are small, planktonic crustaceans, between 0.2 and 5 mm in length. Daphnia are members of the order Cladocera, and are one of the several small aquatic crustaceans commonly called water fleas because of their saltatory swimming style (although fleas are insects and thus only very distantly related). They live in various aquatic environments ranging from acidic swamps to freshwater lakes, ponds, streams and rivers. The division of the body into segments is nearly invisible. The head is fused, and is generally bent down towards the body with a visible notch separating the two. In most species the rest of the body is covered by a carapace, with a ventral gap in which the five or six pairs of legs lie. The most prominent features are the compound eyes, the second antennae, and a pair of abdominal setae. In many species, the carapace is translucent or nearly so and as a result they make excellent subjects for the microscope as one can observe the beating heart. Even under relatively low power microscopy, the feeding mechanism can be observed, with immature young moving in the brood-pouch; moreover, the eye being moved by the ciliary muscles can be seen, as well as blood corpuscles being pumped around the circulatory system by the simple heart. The heart is at the top of the back, just behind the head, and the average heart rate is approximately 180 bpm under ...
Daphnia Manga in a small algae tank Daphnia is little nice crustaceans I keep to watch and feed my fish.
Waterflea (Daphnia) playing with Volvox This one is showing a waterflea (daphnia spec.) playing with a Volvox. You can watch the waterflea's eye looking at the Volvox ball. Proud to announce that this video has won 3rd place in Nikon small world video comptition 2011. For details look here
Daphnia pulex Heart Beat The heart of the water flea pumps up like crazy!
daphnia culture My Daphnia Magna culture in a 75 gallon tank
10G Daphnia/Infusoria growout tank This is my video response to one of my friend VinnieMacC66's video on how he raises his Angelfish fry, specifically his statement at about 4 minutes and 30-ish seconds in, about seeing all kinds of small "critters" growing on his Java Moss in his fry tank.
Growing Daphnia - Gwynnbrook Farm How we raise our daphnia (water fleas) as fish food for our discus and angelfish. For a list of tips on raising your own daphnia just visit this link: Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe.
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Daphnia Culturing Series-Day 5 Daphnia are doing great! Have some tips here for some of you guys on how to start your own cultures! Also, the green water culturing attempt is turning out a better result then I had expected!!