Last one for today – an 8-frame photomicromosaic of Moss Archegonia longitudinal cross-section.
Rainy morning so decided to do some photomicroscopy this morning. Subjects for today are a Winter Jasmine leaf cross-section at x20 and x40 magnification and a Fern Prothallium at magnification x80 using focus-stacking by Helicon Focus and 9-frames.
An 8-frame micromosaic of an old Capsella embryo at magnification x20.
Photomicroscopy image of a Vicia leaf at magnification x50, focus stacked using the remarkable Helicon Focus program.
Another photomicroscopy image – a corn stem cross-section at x20. 6-frames Canon 5D MkII.
Unbelievably – that’s the business end of the Mosquito that delivers the most devastating disease on the planet.
This is the biggest micromosaic I have put together to-date. Coming in at a massive 39-frames on a Canon 5D MkII this is the cross-section of a Mushroom at magnification x20.
A 6-frame mosaic of a Pelargonium stem (cross-section) taken with the Canon 5D MkII and an L3000BHTG research trinocular microscope.
A x20 magnification micromosaic using 12-frames of a longitudinal cross-section corn seed taken using the Canon 5D MkII and the research trinocular microscope.
x20 magnification using the Canon 5D MkII and the research trinocular microscope – a 10-frame micromosaic of a Pine stem cross-section.
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