Diaphanosoma

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Jacek
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Diaphanosoma

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Sorry admin, so many photos at once, not shared into smaller parts.

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Post by carlos.uruguay »

Beautiful photos.
Wonderful organism

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Interesting detail on the fluorescence!

Rogelio

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Post by emsiem »

So nice! Wonderful set. Bravo!
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First two are stunning.

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Thanks

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Very good as always.

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Post by Clado »

Hello Jacek,

Very nice pictures indeed. Thank you!
This is not Diaphanosoma but Sida crystallina. They are much alike. They belong to the same Family: Sididea.
In the first picture, the blue part on the back of its head is a horseshoe-shaped nuchal organ with which Sida can stick to waterplants or the sample-glass. Diaphanosoma does not have such a big organ on the back of its head.

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Absolutly impressive photos.
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Thank you all :D

Clado thank you very much for the correct labeling.

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