Simocephalus vetulus and Scapholeberis mucronata

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Simocephalus vetulus and Scapholeberis mucronata

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More from spring pond live.

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Hi Anne,
Love those clean images with the great light.

Later I will take a trip to the sea to get some myself.

Thanks for sharing and inspiration :D
Kind Regards
Harald

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Hi Harald,
thank you !
Looking forward to see images from you!

BR
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Post by 75RR »

Lovely images!

Hope you don't mind divulging some details ...

Pinned under the cover slip?

Objective?
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Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Saul »

Impressive light & details. Last one is my favorite.

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Post by Sumguy01 »

:smt038 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Post by anne »

Thank you all for your kind comments.
Yes this ones are all under a coverglass.
To get the distance, I used as a spacer small spots of wax.
And it is not possible when they are alive.
BR
Anne

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