Actinophrys

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RogelioMoreno
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Actinophrys

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I think it is Actinophrys.

Objective: 20x/0.75

Image

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Rogelio,

that is a very nice picture! This is indeed Actinophrys sol that caught some prey.

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excellent :wink:
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Eckhard and Arturo,

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

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Post by Mitch640 »

This is one of the amoebas that really come out beautiful in DIC.

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Mitch,

Thank you for your comments.

Where were you?

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Another beauty, Rogelio. Lately I don't comment your posts as I'm a bit tired of saying wow... :D
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Pau,

Thank you for your comments. :D

Rogelio

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