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    photographs under the microscope

    Hi all

    here some images under the microscope of my carnivorous plants:

    Drosera Filiformis var. Filiformis


    Dionaea Muscipula: digestive glands


    Pinguicola x sethos: glands of glue


    D. Capensis: glands of glue


    Utricularia Australis


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    WOW that is so cool. You should keep doing more of those pics.

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    That is really cool. I would love to see more. It would be cool if you could catch a Utricularia trap with prey in it. Thanks for taking the time to share those pictures. Awesome.

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    how did you do that? my microscope has a film slot & can take pictures but i don't know how to oput a plant under the lense did you take parts or tissue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    That is really cool. I would love to see more. It would be cool if you could catch a Utricularia trap with prey in it. Thanks for taking the time to share those pictures. Awesome.

    xvart.


    My "Utricularia Australis" trap with prey in it. (x 300)

    http://www.lepiantecarnivore.it/Imma...ustralis 1.avi

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    Quote Originally Posted by polywer2345 View Post
    how did you do that? my microscope has a film slot & can take pictures but i don't know how to oput a plant under the lense did you take parts or tissue?

    Hi polywer2345, yes, are only parts of carnivorous plants.

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    Very cool! I had bought a digital scope that hooked to my computer years ago but it sucked, the ad showed photos like yours-very nice but what I actually got was really crummy. Can yours do video as well? Mine could but it wasn't worth looking at.

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    WHOA!
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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