Microscopic (40x-400x) pictures.

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  1. Western_reefer

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    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
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    Stomach at 400x
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    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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    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.
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    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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    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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    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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    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.
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    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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    Cool Pictures, pods look alien :glasses:
     
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    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.

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


    Also, if you have suggestions/ideas on what els I should look under the microscope, please, let me know!!
     
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    Gisele Bundchen?
     
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    LMAO I wish. :p
     
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    Awesome pics!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Very nice, interesting to see what looks like a silicate type structure in the sponge @ 400x
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    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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    These are cool. I like it. Lol
     

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