Sphaerophrya

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RogelioMoreno
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Sphaerophrya

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The following specimen looks like a suctorian, anybody know the id?

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It is Sphaerophrya, thank you to Francisco and Bruce for the id.

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beautiful

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Post by fpelectronica »

Beautiful photography
Possibly Sphaerophrya
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Yes, Sphaerophrya (which Colin Curds regards as a synonym of Podophrya).

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Very nice Rogelio :wink:

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Thank you all for your comments.

Rogelio

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Post by Ecki »

Very nice image. Suctorians are very difficult subjects to photograph as they are really three dimensional. Perfect shot, congratulations.

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Ecki, thank you. It was a stack.

Rogelio

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Excellent and detailed photo of this beautiful organism
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