Gymnodinium dinoflagellate

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ABEL
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Gymnodinium dinoflagellate

Post by ABEL »

Hello. They come from a lake in the city of barcelona.

DIC 40x

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DIC 60x

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And amoeba with dinoflagellates

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100X DIC

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René
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Post by René »

Great images Abel! Was it a bloom in the whole lake, could you see it with the naked eye?
The last images clearly show a theca, so they are peridinoid.

Best wishes, René

Chris_M
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Post by Chris_M »

Interesting object and excellent photos!
Chris

gjones
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Post by gjones »

They are Great photos thanks for posting!!!! :smt038
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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Very nice!

Rogelio

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Post by Marek Mis »

Abel,

:shock: superb photographs ! All of them are very nice but my favourite is the first one (looking like three-dimensional) and this one with amoeba.
Beautiful quality, as usually.

Marek

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Post by Cactusdave »

Excellent as always! :D
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