Barnacle Nauplius

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Barnacle Nauplius

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20140713-DSLR_IMG_0554-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Barnacle Nauplius in Red tide @ Coal Harbour, 10x*1.6,DF, HF B

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Copepod by pwnell, on Flickr
Barnacle Nauplius in Red tide @ Coal Harbour,10x*1.6,FLUO-C6
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Superb images as usual.

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Very nice

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Nice!

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Very nice. Last, the best.
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Both great!

strange copepod...
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Very nice!!

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Post by pwnell »

Yeah I have never seen one like this before. Thanks for your comments.

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Post by fonakta »

Congratulations! Surreal...
What size? Larva of marine species? Very strange.

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Post by pwnell »

Thanks. I had a 10x objective effectively on an APS-C sized sensor. Result is only slightly cropped vertically, and aspect ratio was changed to 1:1. Not sure of the species, was drifting amongst the red tide algae cells.

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