Planaria

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Olympusman
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Planaria

Post by Olympusman »

Today's pond dip is literally crawling with Planaria, some up to an inch long. This is a smaller one made up of three shot stacks merged in Microsoft ICE.
Head 42 shots
Center 36 shots
Tail 43 shots all stacked in Zerene.

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Michael Reese Much FRMS EMS Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

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Post by _Michal_ »

Great shot. Nice details.
Best regards
Michal

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Planaria

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Thanks, Michal.
This morning in the sunlight I noticed the sample has two species of Planaria: the familiar brown one and this "golden" species. The golden species does not have the distinctive "arrowhead" head in the familiar brown species.
Michael Reese Much FRMS EMS Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

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Very nice work, Michael!

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Post by microthings »

Unknow to me, but very nice!

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Post by Jacek »

Very nice

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Post by vasselle »

Hello
Magnifique
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