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    Scale is hard to read on those, my apologies. Reads 100μm.

    Pinguicula glandular and sessile glands:


    Purple pigmentation on Stylidium debile petal:





    Mouse lung tissue, empty spaces are bronchioles *I believe*. (Don't have a histology book handy)



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    I thought you said the Binata was a bad picture...!
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    Sphagnum hyaline cells:


    Sarracenia seedling lid. Hood hairs (Zone 1) can be slightly distinguished up top though they were hard to get a picture of due to their transparent appearances. At the just the right angle however they can be captured. The lighter area represent white pigmentation while darker pigmentation are actually redish pigmentation:


    Sarracenia seedling zone 4 trichome hairs. Much more distinguishable than zone 1 hairs. Image was taken from the same pitcher as the above shot.

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    Oh wow, those are nice and shiny

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    Thanks! If anyone does get interested I have all the technical info (i.e. excitation, filters used etc...etc...)
    For size reference though, the shots above are all most all scaled to 100um. To put that in perspective, that's about the diameter of a human hair.

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    That's incredible!!

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    VERY cool French!

    Would the cross section of a vft (open & closed) possibly give indication
    as to its movement mechanism? (Side walls as well as the "hinge" areas?)
    Not sure if its been done... but I am sure it would be a challenge to do.

    I assume it would be un-rewarding as far as a cool photo goes however.

    Indeed, various pollen is always nice...

    Anyway, very nice photos you have there. Great work!

    Keep em' coming!
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