A few nivicolous myxomycetes.. (in studio)

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A few nivicolous myxomycetes.. (in studio)

Post by Pitufo »

[Admin edit RJL: This post was originally a follow-up "reply" in A few nivicolous myxomycetes.. , in the Nature forum. I moved it as suggested, to keep clarity about which shots were done in each environment.]

For continuity, I will include the studio shots here but please move if necessary. This is the same specimen as photo number two above [that is, in the other thread] but dried. The species is Lamproderma pulveratum. The white crystals are characteristic and consist of calcium oxalate I believe.


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They are wonderful!
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Post by JH »

I really like the stereo pictures!
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Post by Beatsy »

Yayy - one of the rare stereos that actually works for me. It could simply be the large, high contrast features that help (the black balls in this case). I'll look out for that in future. Thanks.

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