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Walter Piorkowski
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Post by Walter Piorkowski »


Canon 10D
.7 inch f.l. lens at f/4
stacked images at .001 inch increments
fiber optic illumination
width of field = 2mm
Combine Z and Photoshop

This image is for Ken. I haven’t forgotten about our myxomycetes Ken. I haven’t had time to pin down the species. Different spore chambers have opened up while the black ones never matured to that point. Please note that the image suffers in spots from what Rik has called stacking mush. Mainly in the complex spore and capillitium mix. No operator error here.


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Post by beetleman »

Excellent photos Walter. There are plenty of great details to look at in the photo. it`s that time of the year again.
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Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Looks to be a species of Lycogala. There is a hint of a hypothallus in the small one at the lower left. Very good shot here :wink: :D

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