Ophryoglena (images added)

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Ophryoglena (images added)

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I found this cilate and I think it is Ophryoglena.

Body lenght around 303 microns.

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Wow! Gorgeous.

Certainly Ophryoglena...the mouth is very distinctive. Some do have 2 contractile vacuoles (flava, for example).

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Rogelio,

Another round of superb images with extraordinary detail.

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fabulous photos, WOW !

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Hi Rogelio,

These are spectacular. I really like the shots with the dual WEV. Could you please put a scale bar on one of the images? I am trying to get my system tuned up and since these are such amazing images I am curious to know what magnification regime you are operating in.

Thanks,

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excellent.
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I'm looking for the the extemely rare V-IM magnification changer for the E800 scope. If you have seen a listing or have one for sale please let me know.

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Your scope is too good to just do stills all the time. How about some video. ;)

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Bruce Taylor wrote:Wow! Gorgeous.

Certainly Ophryoglena...the mouth is very distinctive. Some do have 2 contractile vacuoles (flava, for example).
Thank you very much.

Rogelio

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discomorphella wrote:Hi Rogelio,

These are spectacular. I really like the shots with the dual WEV. Could you please put a scale bar on one of the images? I am trying to get my system tuned up and since these are such amazing images I am curious to know what magnification regime you are operating in.

Thanks,

David
Of course, I will put a scale bar. I love the details of CV pores.

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

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Mitch640 wrote:Your scope is too good to just do stills all the time. How about some video. ;)
I set the halogen lamp to 12v (100 watts) when I shoot video and I am afraid I can burn my polarizer if I do too much video, that is the reason I do not do video frequently (that polarizer is hard to get).

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

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Thank you all for your comments.

Rogelio

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These are 1st class shots Rogelio :shock:
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Post by Cactusdave »

Another classic set. Wonderful detail.
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Very spectacular images of a Ciliate I have never seen. Super!

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Arturo, Cactusdave and Wim,

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

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