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Here are some spongy walks from our lab aquariums. Some freshly released buds - and an engaged PhD student. This is a homage to Monty Python and John Cleese. Thanks to Jörg Hammel for a reasonable 'silly walk' ;-)
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And here is our inspiration as found on YouTube:
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Our candidate Kathrin Kirste was doing some research on available multimedia files which could be useful for a module of lessons on sponges for German school teachers. Of course, she did not only find scientific stuff. Here is an amazing video, which provides some really new insights into poriferan reproduction. See the movie below ...
- Twin contraction of Tethya wilhelma (Demospongiae)
- Sponge movie of the month - September 2009
- Sponge movie of the month - August 2009
- Sponge movie of the month - July 2009
- Movement of Tethya wilhelma on coral rock
- Sponge movie of the month - March 2009
- Movement of Tethya wilhelma on glass
- Budding of Tethya wilhelma