geometry of life: a Pluteus

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Franz Neidl
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geometry of life: a Pluteus

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This is a early pluteus from the Echinoida. Lenght of arm 360 µm.
DIC Obj. 20x.

Franz

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Gerd
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Post by Gerd »

Wow, Franz, what a wonderful one !
These are quite big objects to capture, very well done !
I found some of these in plankton of the north sea
last summer, simply wonderful...

Greetings,
Gerd

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Beautiful!

Rogelio

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Post by arturoag75 »

Fantastic shot and subject!!!
Arturo

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Post by Jan l'Amie »

Very good picture
Byomic BYO500T microscope /CIOC XDS-1 invert.
Byomic ST-340 stereomicroscope
Olympus BHM Metallurgical Microscope
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Mitch640
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Post by Mitch640 »

Beautiful image and interesting organism.

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Post by Chris_M »

Very nice image.
I like also neutrality of background, I can't to achieve it with my DIC setup.
Chris

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