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"Whosoever is delighted in solitude is either a wild beast or a god"
"Take two capsules by mouth every morning"
toddjdreyer:

Virginian Possum Skull

toddjdreyer:

Virginian Possum Skull

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libutron:

Testudinella | ©Rogelio Moreno G. 
This incredible photomicrograph allows to appreciate the anatomy of the rotifer Testudinella.
Rotifers inhabiting marine environments have been little studied taxonomically and ecologically, and are usually recognized as an inconspicuous taxon.
Testudinella, with about 40 morphospecies considered valid in the recent annotated checklist of rotifers by Segers (2007), is the most species-rich genus in the family Testudinellidae. It is a benthic-periphytic genus of microphagous rotifers primarily inhabiting the littoral of freshwater lakes and ponds [source].
Animalia - Rotifera - Monogononta - Flosculariacea - Testudinellidae - Testudinella
Nikon TE300, Plan Apo 20x/0.75, DIC, flash, Canon T3i mounted on the front port of the TE300

libutron:

Testudinella | ©Rogelio Moreno G. 

This incredible photomicrograph allows to appreciate the anatomy of the rotifer Testudinella.

Rotifers inhabiting marine environments have been little studied taxonomically and ecologically, and are usually recognized as an inconspicuous taxon.

Testudinella, with about 40 morphospecies considered valid in the recent annotated checklist of rotifers by Segers (2007), is the most species-rich genus in the family Testudinellidae. It is a benthic-periphytic genus of microphagous rotifers primarily inhabiting the littoral of freshwater lakes and ponds [source].

Animalia - Rotifera - Monogononta - Flosculariacea - Testudinellidae - Testudinella

Nikon TE300, Plan Apo 20x/0.75, DIC, flash, Canon T3i mounted on the front port of the TE300

americanphoto:

We spoke to Ed Panar about surviving as a photographer: “I’ve accepted the fact that I will live on very little money.”
Image: © Ed Panar

americanphoto:

We spoke to Ed Panar about surviving as a photographer: “I’ve accepted the fact that I will live on very little money.”

Image: © Ed Panar

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Casa de Campo  by Antonio M. Xoubanova
 

Casa de Campo  
by Antonio M. Xoubanova