Philodina, Euglypha, Cothurnia

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Jacek
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Philodina, Euglypha, Cothurnia

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Post by Fredlab »

Incredible.
The first one is over the top.
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Agreed. the first one is spectacular. Hard to get the whole organism on the same focal plane.

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Excellent shots.

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superb job :wink:

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Excellent as always. Your shots have a unique character to them that I really like.

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Post by Bruce Taylor »

Amazing images!

The "Vaginicola" are a variety of short-stalked Cothurnia, probably the type species, C. imberbis (lorica rounded at bottom, mesostyle w/ longitudinal striations, horizontally striated zooid w/ conspicuous annular ridge).

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Post by Jacek »

Thank you for your comment.

Bruce you are right it is Cothurnia

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