Euglena with many paramylon bodies (images added)

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Euglena with many paramylon bodies (images added)

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Euglena sp.
Can you help with ID?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbSU7jpM ... aIwdBZg%3D

Nikon PlanApo100x / Brightfield
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Nikon PlanApo100x / Brightfield
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Nikon PlanApo100x / Brightfield
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Nikon PlanApo100x / DIC
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Nikon PlanApo100x / DIC
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Nikon PlanApo100x / DIC
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Post by Jacek »

amazing, great :shock:

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Post by harisA »

Very beautiful.Is this a stack or single shot?

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Post by arturoag75 »

Outstanding :shock: :shock:
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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Beautiful set!

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Post by Mitch640 »

Beautiful images Chris, but the video makes them look like overfed, fat green worms laying around digesting their lunch. :)

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Post by Chris_M »

Thank you for comments.

Mitch640, I agree, they look "lazy". :)
Maybe because of food excess.

harisA, all images are single shots.
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Post by Marek Mis »

Chris,

Absolutely excellent ! Your photographs always impress me, because of their quality. Super !

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Chris, as others said, these are exellent pictures.
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Post by Ecki »

Chris,

very nice shots. I like how the fourth picture shows details of the pellicle strips. The ornamentation reminds me of Lepocinclis fusca.

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Post by dariuskersulis »

Those look like something I would want to eat. Love the images.

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