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INVERTEBRATES IN LOCH NESS



There are a large number of invertebrates in Loch Ness as it is these which make up the bulk of the loch's plankton. Grateful thanks to Adrian Shine and the Loch Ness Project for the material provided on this page.

1. Copepod

2. Cyclops

3. Daphnia

4. Midge Larvae

5. Nematode Worms

6. Pea Mussels


1. Copepod



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2. Cyclops



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3. Daphnia



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4. Midge Larvae



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5. Nematode Worms



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6. Pea Mussels


Pisidium Conventus. Pea mussel found at the bottom of Loch Ness.
















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