- jlinaresp (17292)
- [2010-01-22 9:50]
Very interesting ... I do not remember seeing photomicrographs in TN before.
Thanks for the explanation (as done this) in the annexed note.
And you've the ID!... heavens!
- zulfu (43)
- [2010-01-22 9:56]
A wonderful microscopic capture of a well-known heliozoan in freshwaters. I know this from our Protozoology courses given by Prof. Göçmen. He is also well-known protozoologist indeed. Hence when i saw this image i remind him:)
Thank you very much for this unusual posting.
- horias (11033)
- [2010-01-22 10:42]
What a interesting capture!
Yes,Its like a sun!\
Congratulation for this instructive post!
- fragman (43778)
- [2010-01-22 13:38]
nice refreshing capture at TN, TFS Ori
You've succesfully captured a fine image of a beautiful heliozoan protozoon under a microscope, not an easy job for an amateur microscopist. The main fault usually stems from the choice of the mic. illumination. I tried to correct this in my WS, hope you will like it my riend.
- roges (6264)
- [2010-01-23 5:53]
A more unusual. Excellent details and colors with a very interesting way.
Beautiful framing and playing the main topic, congratulations.
Have a nice Saturday,
- red45 (31094)
- [2010-01-23 8:45]
Fantastic post! I like pictures from microscope very much. This one really looks like very small sun. It is very hard to take good picture of so tiny creature, but you did it great!
- Amelia (310)
- [2010-08-26 13:13]
I have just been browsing through a 'group' called single cells, and come across this protozoan. I have seen things like this using a microscope. My congratulations for managing to get a TE photo - with a perfect title!