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  1. ChrisA

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    A few more globular springtails.

    The Surfer...
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    Whoa that looks steep..
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    Wee purple one
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    And the three Amigos found water walking on a waterbutt.
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    And a short video of em
     
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    Stunning stills and truly amazing video.
    On the video the internal organs moving or glowing is amazing

    1,2 & the video are Dicyrtomina-saundersi
    The purple is probably Dicyrtoma fusca
    The trio are Katiannidae probably Gen1 nov sp nov.
     
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  3. ChrisA

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    Thank you Alf, glad you liked the video.

    Your id confirms mine for the first two. Had no idea about the last so thanks very much for that.(y)
     
  4. Graham

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    Superbe shots Chris and great detail in them, in the vid at 48 secs, what is that underneath the globby, maybe a springtail ?
     
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    Super cool stuff Chris - very impressive.

    Keeping them in focus on video is tough - I know from experience when I did a short clip awhile back.

    Paul.
     
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  6. ChrisA

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    Thanks Graham - am not sure to be honest. Small anyway.

    Thanks Paul - yes it is really tough.
     
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