Hyalotheca dissiliens, spirogyra and rotifers

Images made through a microscope. All subject types.

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75RR
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Post by 75RR »

Thank you.

Martin Kreutz
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Post by Martin Kreutz »

Hi Charles,

let me help! The rotifer shown on image 4 + 5 is Notommata copeus and on image 6 + 7 is (very likely) Trichocerca longiseta.

Martin

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Post by discomorphella »

I really like the high-magnification shots of the rotifers. All are wonderful images, but those are my favorites.

David

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Post by Ondrakova »

Danke Martin, jetzt hat mein YouTube-Video einen Namen.
Gruß Traude :D

Marek Mis
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Post by Marek Mis »

Wonderful images, as always !

Marek

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Post by pwnell »

Yup very impressive as usual.

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