Paramecium Bursaria, Vorticella campanula and eggs

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ABEL
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Paramecium Bursaria, Vorticella campanula and eggs

Post by ABEL »

Hello ¡

I publish microbes with paramecium bursaria, Vorticella Campanula and unidentified eggs.

Paramecium Bursaria 40X DIC Fluorite.

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60X achromatic obj. DIC

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Unidentified eggs with 10X fluorite and dark field.

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Vorticella Campanula on a root of water plant. DIC 10X fluorite.

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gjones
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Post by gjones »

Those are great photos.
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Post by Cactusdave »

Last shot is an absolute stunner. Every time you make a post like this I just have to go off in a corner and cry they are so good, and yes that is a compliment :lol: !
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Post by dennisua »

So nice!

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Abel,

Very nice.

Rogelio

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Post by Simon W »

Actually I love the egg pic, all those cute babies about to enjoy life for a very short time =D>
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Post by Harald »

Hi there Abel,
Great shots :) What kind of slide do you use ? Single concave ?
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ABEL
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Post by ABEL »

Harald wrote:Hi there Abel,
Great shots :) What kind of slide do you use ? Single concave ?
Hello Harald; not concave, normal slide.

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Post by Psi Wavefunction »

Wow, those are amazing! Looks like you take really good care of your optics too -- a problem with using research 'scopes is that we tend to beat them up pretty badly...

What kind of camera do you use? Do you post-process your images at all? Do you add glycerol or anything to slow the buggers down?

Hmmm, maybe I should ditch the 5-10um range for a while and try to capture some big things =D

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