Pseudospora parasitica

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Ecki
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Pseudospora parasitica

Post by Ecki »

Please refer to this thread:

http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... 349#113349

Kind regards,
Ecki
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Post by Mitch640 »

A fascinating presentation. Your images and video are first rate for quality. A pleasure to look at. :)

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Fantastic :smt038

thank you

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Ecki,

Beautiful work and an extraordinary video!
Thank you!

Tom

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Magnificent pictures and video
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Ecki,

This is wonderful work.

The attention to detail, and the discipline you have shown us in the past with the stained cross-sections clearly works with live subjects as well.

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Hi,

Beautiful photos.

JM

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Post by Tom Jones »

Ecki,

After watching that wonderfully impressive video several times :D I have to ask, what kind of camera did you use? I'm considering a move from my 40D to a 5D MkII to get the full frame and HD video capability. If this is something else I may have to seriously reconsider!

Thanks!

Tom

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Post by Ecki »

Thank you all for the kind comments.

@Tom, the movie was made with a Nikon D5000 dslr.

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Post by Ecki »

Image

A last picture - taken with a borrowed 63x EC Plan Neofluar Phase. This is the heliozoic form again, digesting chlorophyll. It is interesting that P. parasitica seems to work without food vacuoles or the membrane of the vacuoles is so tight around food particles that it can not be detected with a light microscope.

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Ecki

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