Limnias & Vampyrella

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Limnias & Vampyrella

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Here are some pictures of Limnias and one of Vampyrella that I found in a sample that I got at Miraflores lake. The Limnias was a little deep in the water so the quality suffers.

All with Nikon TE-300, Plan Apo 20x/0.75, DIC, flash and Canon T3i.

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no comment :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Again top quality pictures. Vampirella is perfect, and I would like to have the suffered quality of the others in my own images :D
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Post by discomorphella »

Spectacular shots. And I agree with Pau...this is what you call "quality suffers"??? :lol:
I would love to be cursed with this kind of deep water problem. Are you still using your double coverglass trick?

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RogelioMoreno wrote: [...] so the quality suffers.
great joke (:

brilliant images, nic to see you posting again (:
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Excellent images. :shock:

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Good to see you posting again. I always enjoy your work

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Thanks all you for your comments.

David, the Limnias was with the double coverglass and the Vampyrella with only one coverglass (my slide).

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Welcome back Rogelio!
as usual your shots are top class :wink:
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Rogelio,

Simply beautiful ! Breath taking images. No more words.

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Post by Ecki »

Loving the vampire! This is probably a trophozoite of Vampyrella lateritia.

Great image!

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Post by Charles Krebs »

Rogelio,

You may feel it was a little "deep" for ultimate resolution, but the DIC you get with that scope has so much great contrast you can do that and still come away with impressive images!

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Thank you very much to all you for yours comments.

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Post by Ferry »

I agree with Charles, the contrast and brightness of color is really unbelievable. Congratulations!

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