I have documented an animal species, in the light microscopy and I send you some photos of it, which are in eighty times magnification. In the book Biological Science 1, Organisms, Energy and the Environment by N.P.O. Green, G.W. Stout, and D.J. Taylor, Cambridge University Press 1993 from the pages 92 to 95 there is a description of the species planaria lugubris, and I agree to some of this description for the species I found. The species I found I believe is in the Phylum Platyhelminthes, in the Class Turbellaria, but I don’t believe it is the Planaria lugubris, because Planaria lugubris is up to 15 mm in length, whereas mine is up to 5 mm in length, Planaria lugubris remains under stones during the day, emerging only at night to feed, whereas this species I found is active in the water column during the day and it doesn’t hide under rocks. In a similar way with Planaria lugubris it pins down to catch its prey by muscular contraction, and it does this activity continually.
It can grow to double its size from 2-3 mm to 5 mm in a period of 1-2 months. It doesn’t have an outer surface in a wing shape, it is rather elongated. Plane is a word used in airplanes and because the species I found has no wings shape I would suggest to keep the genus name planaria but put something else as species in case is a new discovery. In other words is not flat but is prolonged and the head exceeds in width the rest of the body. I found it in my garden in my house in Athens in Greece inside water tanks that I used for making aquariums. When I fill a water tank and I let it for some days so as the chlorine gas to evaporate so as to have a use as aquarium tap water, I see the appearance of this species in the tanks. It appears in water tanks before I add the fish, when I add fish it cannot live in such environment, for obvious reasons of the fish being bigger predator compared to it.
The discovery of this species is not about to make the scientist famous, in a lab of a school, but is more importantly to use this discovery in the daily life to solve problems. It is so obvious that gardens which have this species get a low chlorine status level. In other words swimming pools in private properties that use immense quantities of chlorine to destroy species like these destroy also the ozone layer to the limit of a wild fire in the summer. A billion dollars architectural project with a canal that uses chlorine and other pesticides so as to please visitors can collapse completely as an idea because of the ozone destructive reason. They are enough a few molecules of chlorine to destroy as they evaporate millions of ozone molecules that protect against summer heat. Therefore the conclusion to the top school on earth the architectural is to communicate with science strongly not be ignorant and pretend rich, because that may be disastrous.
Species produce technology, and either it is a joint effort of many spider indiviuals the result is that spiders use algae from a garden to walk and carried seaweed more than 5 metres where the washed by the wave algae were deposided, they climbed a tree of 2 metres at least, and combined the nematodes of the algae to make economy of their net. This is the fate of species globally, to evolve with the genes being around to them. This technique proved effective because the spider species caught an ant without using protein which requires moisture to make. It is a good way to protect from heat in dry season, based on the stronger part of the anatomy of the species. A spider web is a proteinaceous spider silk. Spider webs have existed for at least 100 million years, and the adaptation to a new method may mean that the silk of spider may be in danger due to hot season. A spinneret is a silk-spinning organ and in most spiders has highly complex structures of many microscopic spigots, each producing one filament. This is important partly because it produces the necessary orientation of the protein molecules, otherwise the silk net of spiders would be weak and useless. Since it is proteinaceous is easy to understand that is made from amino acids which contain basic molecules such as hydrogen, oxygen which are derived from other food or water, and from nitrogen. In the wild, most will drink water from any available source such as droplets on vegetation or the ground, and from early morning or evening dew that has condensed on their webs. So water is very important to them and a clever garden with algae can save many spider species. For the human beings this is a scary finding about the shortages of water moisture in the air due to the oil spill damage in the atmosphere, due to carbon dioxide emmissions from the decomposition of oil from the ship wreck. The spiders responed seven to eight months after the incident which is a prediction of the terrible in shortage of water following summer.
The brown algae cause with their chemistry anesthesia to the ant and they work instead of the web. The brown algae powder is a weed killer and the smelly part of the carotenoid (fucoxanthin protein) works as chloroform to ants, making teh job for the spider.
The spider made the attempt to place it on the net, but by realising that the smell of the algae kill the ants, decided to carry on the old technique and let the alge fall on the garden soil in the next day, so as to pick up ants with two ways. Either with the web if spider can do that or with the crawl of spider on land.
It is achievable to change colour and size in mosquitos
It is the result of hard work according to the need not the profit in dry areas. Of course this need is the water, and compost piles which give shadows to worms, create a substrate to moisture. This moisture adds continually and the mosquitos abandon their pale, black and grey colour which gives sadness to children because of lack of taste or biodiveristy as the ecolologists say. The more moisture the better for this fly which gathers in tanks of aquarium waters, aiming for small other insects as pray and not for humans. In a large city of 4 million people, the size of the human population is not the reason so as to see evolution in hand because the human flesh is not attracting to mosquitos. In contrary the lack of variety in insects renders humans as the only source of protein for the remainings. So it is a good ecosystem management to increase nature in quantity and let the decide nature itself which quality or aestheric value will present to human eyes.