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very small

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It looks like airbubbles in water. In cold water a lot of air is dissolved. When the temperature is rising the dissolved nitrogen and oxigen will turn to gas again.

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bubbles?

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definitely not airbubbles - a bit green and they were moving (:
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Ochromonas?

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Litonotus wrote:and they were moving (:
moving as in "alive", or moving as in "bulk flow of liquid" ?

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maybe Ochromonas...?

It was moving as in alive, a bit like some bacteria.
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It's a riddle or you really do not know who organism is it?

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rjlittlefield wrote:
Litonotus wrote:and they were moving (:
moving as in "alive", or moving as in "bulk flow of liquid" ?

--Rik
Or Brownian motion?
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I just do not know what that is (;

Ochromonas - I looked at images on the internet - I'm just not sure. My specimen was really small.
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You cannot get new images at higher magnification?

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I will try, but I'm leaving for couple of days.

One type from our polish expert is Chrysococcus sp.
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Litonotus wrote:Publicado: Lun Ago 04, 2014 12:25 pm    Título del mensaje:
I will try, but I'm leaving for couple of days.

One type from our polish expert is Chrysococcus sp.
That is very likely!
In the Forum there is a photo:
http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... 2f740f44ab
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As I promised - 100x images. Chrysococcus sp.

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really small things, I should make a crop.
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Very small!!

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