Monhystera similis🧠🔬 (En-Es)

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Greetings science addicts! today I bring a small post to describe a species that I found in stagnant muddy water, many people are afraid of the word Nematode because the famous parasites are included here, but in reality a large part of these small animals are not dangerous and fulfill a important function in our ecosystem! We are going to see its main characteristics and I will also show you some videos to see it in the water.👨‍💻🕵️‍♂️📚

Saludos adictos a la ciencia! hoy traigo un pequeño post para describir una especie que consegui en una agua lodosa estancada, muchas personas le tienen miedo a la palabra Nematodo porque aqui se incluyen los famosos parasitos, pero en realidad una gran parte de estos pequeños animales no son peligrosos y cumplen una funcion importante en nuestro ecosistema! vamos a ver sus principales caracteristicas y tambien te mostrare algunos videos para verlo en el agua.👁🔬🧫

What is a nematode?🙇‍♂️🧠 / Que es un nematodo?👨‍💻👨‍🏫

Whenever we try to look for "free-living" Nematodes, we usually come across small species not reaching one centimeter! Studying them is quite a challenge because I was always forced to mobilize them by reducing the flow of water to be able to photograph their morphology, they are known to move like "a snake", the most interesting part of nematodes is that many are NOT parasites and they walk around feeding on detritus.🌏🧫🔬
Siempre que intentamos buscar Nematodos en "vida libre" normalmente nos toparemos con especies de pequeño tamaño no llegando a un centimetro! estudiarlos es todo un reto porque siempre me veia obligado a movilizarlos reduciendo el flujo de agua para poder fotografiar sus morfologia, son conocidos por moverse como "una serpiente", la parte mas interesante de los nematodos es que muchos NO son parasitos y andan por alli alimentandose del detritus.🔬👨‍🏫🕵️‍♂️

I always wanted to see an annelid and a nematode under the microscope to see the difference and then I achieved my goal! one of the characteristics of nematodes is that their body is not segmented like that of earthworms that are easy to confuse between them but when we train ourselves seeing many species we end up easily differentiating them!🧠👁📚
Siempre quise ver un anelido y un nematodo en el microscopio para ver la diferencia y pues logre mi objetivo! una de las caracteristicas de los nematodos es que su cuerpo no es segmentado como la de las lombrises de tierra que son facil de confundir entre ellos pero cuando nos entrenamos viendo muchas especies acabamos por diferenciarlos facilmente! 👨‍💻🙇‍♂️🛑🤯

Monhystera similis?🙇‍♂️🧠👨‍💻👨‍🏫

You can search my publications if you want to know more about nematodes since I dedicated a post about them, for now I will focus on this particular species, the (Monhystera similis), it is a very frequent species in almost all waters, this animal has a smooth and very resistant cuticle with sparsely arranged body setae! and has a "very delicate cefalica".🧠📚📚
Puedes buscar en mis publicaciones si quieres saber con mas profundidad sobre los nematodos ya que dedique un post sobre ellos, por ahora me centrare en esta especie en particular, la (Monhystera similis), es una especie muy frecuente en casi todas las aguas, este animal tiene una cuticula lisa y muy resistente con sedas corporales dispuestas de modo poco denso! y tiene una "ceda cefalica muy delicada".🔬🧫🧫

The description of my microorganism identification book describes this species with the dark intestine "almost black" which coincides with the photographed species! It has a tail with "thread secretion glands".🤯🙇‍♂️👨‍💻
La descripción de mi libro de identificación de microorganismos describen esta especie con el intestino oscuro "casi negro" cosa que coincide con la especie fotografiada! tiene una cola con "glandulas de secresion de hilos".🧠🔬🧫

It does not reach a centimeter in length but it is not microscopic either with a lot of attention we can see it swim or bury itself in the mud! As you can see, I got this species while cleaning the mud from my aquarium! the fish usually eat them they are harmless!🕵️‍♂️👨‍🏫🌏
No llega a un centimetro de largura pero tampoco es microscopico con mucha atencion podemos verlo nadar o enterrarse en el lodo! esta especie como puedes ver la consegui mientras limpiaba el lodo de mi acuario! los peces acostumbran a comerselos son inofensivos! 🐟😱👨‍🎓🤔

According to this portal of species records, the months where they were captured as you can see stand out: (July-September), apparently they are more frequent in summer! and it is interesting because I captured these specimens that were more than 10 in the month of September! apparently the species likes warm temperatures.📚🙇‍♂️
Segun este portal de registros de especies, los meses donde fueron capturados como puedes ver se destacan: (julio-septiembre), aparentemente son mas frecuentes en verano! y es interesante porque capture estos ejemplares que fueron mas de 10 en el mes de septiembre! aparentemente la especie gusta de temperaturas calidas.🔥

Observing the mouth of nematodes is very interesting because all species have accessories that vary depending on their diet and life cycle! This species as it is "scavenger" does not present in its mouth any adaptation in its cuticle that allows it to adhere to a host!
Observar la boca de los nematodos es muy interesante porque todas las especies tiene accesorios que varian dependiendo su alimentacion y ciclo de vida! esta especie como es "carroñera" no presenta en su boca ninguna adaptacion en su cuticula que le permita adherirse a un hospedador!

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Source /Referencias bibliografica:

  1. https://www.gbif.org/es/species/182923858/verbatim

  2. Atlas de los microorganismos version digital (Streble, Krauser)

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