Obelia (hydroid)

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Jim Solliday
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Obelia (hydroid)

Post by Jim Solliday »

Hydroid, Obelia-Halellata. Image taken using DIC at 125x. The camera was an Olympus DP-12 digital.
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Steve West
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Post by Steve West »

Hi JIm,

Another stunning photo. The detail is exquisite. Is this a cut section, or is this the focussed section of a thick specimen from the DIC?


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Post by twebster »

Congratulations, Jim, for posting such a fine image. I have been quite a fan of your photomicrography for a long time. Well done my friend :!: :D

Best regards as always, :D
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Post by S. Alden »

Congrats Jim on the pick and a beautiful image. I love those colors.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Very sharp and clear image with great color and details. Congrats on the front page honors. :D
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Post by gpmatthews »

Great image, Jim, and really excellent to see it on the front page.