Cyclopoid nauplius

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75RR
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Cyclopoid nauplius

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Planapo 63x/1.4, DIC, 165µm body length, stacked and stitched in Photoshop, marine, Alboran sea

Pinned by cover slip

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Zeiss Standard WL & Wild M8
Olympus E-p2 (Micro Four Thirds Camera)

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Post by Jacek »

Very nice

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Post by 75RR »

Many thanks Jacek
Zeiss Standard WL & Wild M8
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Nauplius

Post by Olympusman »

That is an absolute beauty. Congratulations!

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Post by Sumguy01 »

:smt038 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Post by zzffnn »

Great job! That image must have cost quite a lot of time to make with 63/1.4!

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Post by 75RR »

Many thanks Olympusman, Sumguy01 and zzffnn
That image must have cost quite a lot of time to make with 63/1.4!
Indeed! (Note to self ... the 63x is meant for littler things) ;)
Zeiss Standard WL & Wild M8
Olympus E-p2 (Micro Four Thirds Camera)

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