A few oldies. Amoeba, suctorian and two rotifers.

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Charles Krebs
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A few oldies. Amoeba, suctorian and two rotifers.

Post by Charles Krebs »

Although I was looking through the hard drives for something else entirely, here are a few shots that seemed to deserve a better fate than to be buried forever in the HD terabytes graveyard. :wink:

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Post by Cactusdave »

When you trawl your hard drives you harvest gold dust, when I trawl mine I find old shopping trollies! :lol:
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Nice rotifer!

Rogelio

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Post by Wim van Egmond »

Very nice images! I have a similar feeling with images that are quite similar to images that are already posted or of common subjects. So indeed, why not post them? This is a beautiful set.

Wim

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Excellent shots!
Arturo

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Post by Jean-marc »

I like the Suctorian !

Jean-Marc

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Post by Planapo »

Hey Charlie,

I will be delighted if I can ever produce what you lay to rest in your digital graveyard! :)
In #3 I recognize the award-winning, brick-laying mickey mouse, must have had a bad-hair/-corona day back then, looking a bit disheveled there. :wink:

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Post by Ferry »

Hi Charles,

You are right, it would be a waste not to publish these splendid pictures. Of course I prefer the beautiful Thecamoeba sphaeronucleolus. :D

Ferry

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