Flying amoeba

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Marek Mis
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Flying amoeba

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Polarized light with retarders
Lumipan - an old CZJ microscope
40 X Splan Achromat Oly.

2,5 X NFKImage

Ernst Hippe
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Post by Ernst Hippe »

Marek,
a pretty nice Mayorella up in the air!
Do you know that some amebae in fact fly with Sahara dust to the North - however not half-liquid but as cysts? They come out again in water here.
Greetings Ernst

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Re: Flying amoeba

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Take me to your leader!!

Marek Mis wrote:Polarized light with retarders
Lumipan - an old CZJ microscope
40 X Splan Achromat Oly.

2,5 X NFKImage
~Rodney B Jackson

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Great!

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Post by Marek Mis »

Thank you all for the very kind comments !

Ernst,
Thank you for your info about amoeba.
I think the amoeba isn't the only traveller which is able to be blown with the wind from one place to the another very far :wink:

Marek

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