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Nest-less eggs….

We think that the Morphoids that lay eggs don’t make nests, as every egg or group of eggs we’ve discovered has been sitting directly on the ground.  There is also never any Morphoids around, so we do not know which Morphoids are the ones laying the eggs.  Maybe, if we watch to see what hatches out of these eggs (if they’re not already dead), we’ll learn more about which Morphoid these belong to.

Gynoecium Sleeping…

This is a photo of Gynoecium.  We believe it is sleeping.

Diagram: Radiolaria

Founder Completes PhD in Cryptozoology!

In other news, Jennifer Akkermans, Founder and Chief Researcher of the Institute of Morphoid Research, has recently graduated with her doctorate in Cryptozoology at Thunderwood College!  Congrats, Jennifer!

Cephalopodia: Locomotion

We’ve realized that Cephalopodia moves in the opposite direction than we expected…..  to move, the creature leads with it’s numberous long… tentacles, and pulls it’s bulbous body along behind.  This photo show the creature moving towards the right.

Radiolaria’s Natural Habitat

Here’s an image from our archives of Radiolaria in their natural habitat.

Question: Have you ever seen any dead Morphoids?

No.  I’ve never come across one.  I have seen bones, though.  Morphoids die in discrete locations and seem to decay very quickly.

Diagram: Sepal


Foraminifera Sighting! Eye Witness Account

Foraminifera Sighting Eye Witness from Jennifer Akkermans on Vimeo.

We think Elisabeth Cartwright has seen a Foraminifera! She was not sure what she had seen, but by her description, we think it was a Foraminifera.  Watch the video to learn more.

Whole Morphoid Eggs discovered!

We’ve discovered this…. “nest” of Morphoid eggs!  These appear to be the same type as the fragments we discovered earlier.