Microscopic (40x-400x) pictures.

Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by Western_reefer, Jan 6, 2011.

  1. Here are a few Microscopic (40x-400x) pictures that I took a while ago.
    Tell me what you think!

    Copepods at 40x
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    Copepod at 100x
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    Copepod at 400x
    (its 3 red Eyes)
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    Stomach
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    VIDEOS of the Copepod
    At 40x
    View My Video

    At 100x
    View My Video

    Stomach at 400x
    View My Video
     
  2. Algae from the glass at 400x.
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    Yellow Sponge at 40x
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    Yellow Sponge at 400x
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    Basket Starfish arm at 40x
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    Basket Starfish arm at 100x
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  3. Here are a few more pictures.

    Copepod with a cluster of eggs.
    All Copepods were not harmed and were put back into the farm. :p

    At 40x
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    At 100x
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    At 400x
    You can see the tiny tiny baby Copepods in the eggs. There is an arrow pointing at one.
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    Florida Rock Anemones Tentacles.

    At 40x
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    At 100x
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    At 400x
    I believe the golden/brown balls are Zooxanthellae
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    Here is a video at 100x.
    You can see the Zooxanthellae moving around if you look closely.
    View My Video
     
  4. Torch coral tentacle(this is not the Green ball tip)
    You can see the golden/brown Zooxanthellae.
    At 40x
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    At 100x
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    At 400x
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    This is the Torch corals Green ball tip.
    At 40x
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    At 100x
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    At 400x
    You can see the Green color pigment where the red arrow is at.
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  5. Kenya Tree at 40x
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    Here are a few pictures and videos of a Mini Feather Duster.(In the videos, the feather Duster is still alive, so the videos are kick ass IMO. lol)

    Mini Feather Duster at 40x
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    Mini Feather Duster at 100x
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    Mini Feather Duster at 400x
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    Mini Feather Duster VIDEO at 100x
    View My Video


    Mini Feather Duster VIDEO at 400x
    View My Video
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    View My Video




    Here are a few more pictures.

    The good Isopod.

    At 40x
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    At 100x
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    At 400x
    Red eye
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    Amphipod
    At 40x
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  6. Here are a few pictures of a Caulerpa leaf.

    At 40x
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    At 100x
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    At 400x
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    I took a video of detritus at 40x that I collected off of the live rock in my cycling 28 gallon Nano-Cube. As you can see, there is a lot of life.
    View My Video
     
  7. Here are a few pictures that I took today.

    Some sort of Eggs at 400x.
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    First 2 pictures of a baby Asterina starfish at 100x that must have hatched from an egg because its sooooooo tiny!
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    Outlined in red so u can see where it is.
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    This picture was taken at 400x.
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    This is some kind of bug that was moving around. Was taken at 400x.
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  8. Plumstr8

    Plumstr8 Guest

    Cool Pictures, pods look alien :glasses:
     
  9. Vermetus snail mucus at 40x. Picture doesn't show a whole lot, but there were a ton of micro funa moving around!
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    Chopped up Spirulina Algae which came from a capsule.

    100x
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    400x
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    Here are a few pictures of the different pods in Reef Nutrition Arcti-pods. :)
    All pictures were taken at 40x.
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    Here is a picture of a dead tip of an SPS skeleton. Picture was taken at 40x.
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  10. Thanks!! :D
     
  11. Gonzo

    Gonzo Guest

    Awesome pics - thanks for sharing!
     
  12. Thanks! Np. :)


    Also, if you have suggestions/ideas on what els I should look under the microscope, please, let me know!!
     
  13. JAR

    JAR Supporting Member

    Gisele Bundchen?
     
  14. LMAO I wish. :p
     
  15. anathema

    anathema Supporting Member

    Awesome pics!
     
  16. Thanks!
     
  17. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Very nice, interesting to see what looks like a silicate type structure in the sponge @ 400x
     
  18. Thanks!
     
  19. This is NOT Tigriopus californicus but the small white ones that are usually on the glass. It has a cluster of eggs. :)
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    at 100x
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  20. bluevoodoo

    bluevoodoo Guest

    These are cool. I like it. Lol
     

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