Bloodworm

Images made through a microscope. All subject types.

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pwnell
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Bloodworm

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I use frozen bloodworms to feed my tropical fish. Being the owner of a microscope, naturally I subject all my fish food to extreme scrutiny for quality. Unlike daphnia and copepods that are normally shredded when frozen, the quality of the frozen bloodworms really took me by surprise. All photos from two samples after thawing them out.

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Blood worm, 4x, POL+LP, Panorama

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20131221-DSLR_IMG_0072-2-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Blood worm head, 40x/0.6, POL+LP, HF B

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20131221-DSLR_IMG_0134-2-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Blood worm foot, 40x, DIC, HF A

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20131221-DSLR_IMG_0198-2.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Blood worm front feet, 40x, DIC

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20131221-DSLR_IMG_0002-4-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Blood worm head and torso, 10x,POL+LP+QWP+DF, HF C

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20131221-DSLR_IMG_0061-3.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Blood worm muscles, 20x/0.45,POL+LP+QWP+DF

Jacek
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Post by Jacek »

very nice pictures, as always

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Post by arturoag75 »

Incredible details wow

RogelioMoreno
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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Beautiful, I love #2 & #3.

Rogelio

Marek Mis
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Post by Marek Mis »

Very nice images. The thirdth one which presents a very aesthetic image and artistic approach is my favourite.

Marek

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