my friends the Polychaetes

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Franz Neidl
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my friends the Polychaetes

Post by Franz Neidl »

This bristleworm was about 2 mm long.
2 pictures with Obj 10x and 20x
I know neither the species nor the genus

Franz


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BJ
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Post by BJ »

Franz,

as usual very nice photos with lots of crisp detail - thank you for posting!


best wishes,

Brian

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Post by Jacek »

Franz you have always interesting creatures and nice pictures as usual

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Post by Winger »

Hi,

Magnificent specimen, congratulations for these beautiful pictures

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:shock: :shock: :shock:

Jean-marc
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Post by Jean-marc »

Very good shots, and funny specimen.

JM

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Wonder subject and images! Nicely done.

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Post by carlos.uruguay »

A marvel.
I never saw one
carlos

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Post by Wim van Egmond »

I love these. It seems that it has been on a vegitarian diet! You have a nice collection of marine organisms, Franz. Every microscopist should go on a trip to the seaside!

Wim

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