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Wow!! Great photo..
Now, that explains it. Thanks! :-)
40x lens X 10x ocular =400 magnification. It's in a science lab with a built in high resolution camera.
Lucky, would it not be 40X magnification?I am a regular confocal microscope user and the type of picture and size of the alga suggests to me 40X. 60-100X is the maximum magnification you get from most regular microscopes-in any case, congratulations, it is a very beautiful picture :-)
Congratulations LL. A work of art.
Congrats! You're definitely a Lucky Logan, that's for sure. I didn't even know that there were those kind of things out there.
Congrats! I was wondering when someone would start posting microscopic photos.
Logan, this marvelous magnified image is our Spotting of the Day! Congratulations and thanks for sharing some awesome wildlife observations with us!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/projectnoah/pho...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/5...
(It would be nice to have a bacteria category)
Heterocysts and all! Thank you so much for sharing, I love this. I have a cyanobacteria spotting, but my camera is terrible :(
Pretty! You can add it to this mission for Microscopic Life:http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1016...
(hey lucky check scientific name spelling :)
Spotted on Jan 21, 2015 Submitted on Jan 21, 2015
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