Diatoms!

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Diatoms!

Post by arturoag75 »

Hi,
here some pics of Pinnularia and Cymbella diatom from a little pond!
obj. 25x 40x 100x bright field and DIC
best
Arturo
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Post by curt0909 »

Beautiful Art. Do you have a video by any chance?

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..thanks Curt,
at present i have no video ...maybe nxt days!
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arturo

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Post by Jacek »

great photos

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Post by arturoag75 »

Jacek wrote:great photos
thanks :wink:
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Post by Chris_M »

Excellent! The third picture is wonderful.
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many thanks Chris :wink:
Arturo

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Arturo,

Amazing set, I like all them.

Rogelio

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thanks Rogelio :wink:
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Post by pwnell »

Is that a large diatom or how did you get it so large? Most of mine are tiny specs, even when observed under a 100x oil immersed objective they still do not fill the frame, even when cropped.

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Post by arturoag75 »

hi,
these are Pinnularia and Cymbella that normally are big diatoms...
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arturo

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