A ?_?_? of Uroleptus, and a nauplius

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Charles Krebs
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A ?_?_? of Uroleptus, and a nauplius

Post by Charles Krebs »

We have a covey of quail, a gaggle of geese, a herd of sheep... and so on. After looking over a sample last night it seemed we need a name for a large group of Uroleptus! :wink:

I've never seen so many in just a couple drops of water.

Also amongst them was a very colorful nauplius.

Olympus BHS, 40/0.95 S Plan Apo, 1.67 NFK photoeyepiece, DIC illumination, Canon DSLR, Electronic flash.
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Olympus BHS, 40/0.95 S Plan Apo, 1.67 NFK photoeyepiece, DIC illumination, Canon DSLR, Electronic flash.
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Post by Craig Gerard »

Charlie,

I especially like the colour and detail in the second image.

How about an urd of Uroleptus?

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Post by Tom Jones »

Hi Charlie,

Beautiful images!! I think I'll second Craig's "urd" :lol:

Tom

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Charles,

Wow, the second one is amazing!

Rogelio

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Post by sonyalpha »

Prize winning shots....................excellent detail and colour:

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