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Keep them coming. <g> BTW, the stereo didn't work for me.

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Smokedaddy wrote:Keep them coming. <g> BTW, the stereo didn't work for me.
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Lost angel wing..

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i make diff stereo

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Full size-Fly in maximum resolution

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Super!!!!!!!!!!!!

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carlos.uruguay wrote:Super!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Flower cells( 3000 x)

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Must say I've been a little sceptical about the false colors, but that last one is truly spectacular.

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viktor j nilsson wrote:Must say I've been a little sceptical about the false colors, but that last one is truly spectacular.
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The butterfly scale is beautiful. Personally I prefer the black and white ones like that butterfly scale. The false colors make an image which grabs one's attention but somehow the colors make the image harder to interpret and digest.

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A challenge?
https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/plant-g ... 409771.jpg
One open so we can see inside, and one closed?
For larger ones, Tradescantia is often easy to find,
table of sizes here:
https://www.jstor.org/stable/2467475?se ... b_contents

Then if you slice across a few leaves with a razor, you could get cross sections...
:?: :wink:
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:D Thanks for sharing all the amazing photos.

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ChrisR wrote:A challenge?
https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/plant-g ... 409771.jpg
One open so we can see inside, and one closed?
For larger ones, Tradescantia is often easy to find,
table of sizes here:
https://www.jstor.org/stable/2467475?se ... b_contents

Then if you slice across a few leaves with a razor, you could get cross sections...
:?: :wink:
Plant cells in high vacuum swell -I'm lucky they didn't explode, so thin slices are impossible

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Lou Jost wrote:The butterfly scale is beautiful. Personally I prefer the black and white ones like that butterfly scale. The false colors make an image which grabs one's attention but somehow the colors make the image harder to interpret and digest.
it s for you :)

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Thank you!!

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Excellent, thanks for posting all of the images.

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