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Subject: APK0000o4b

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  • Ingolme by Ingolme

    Well, this is something different.

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  • cguigand by cguigand scientist, admin

    yes we've seen that guy several time. But no Idea what it is? sorry

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  • Collodaria by Collodaria

    As for the other picture you tagged, I suspect this guy to be solitary #radiolarian. Just wondering about its size...

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    Given the size of these frames, it is probably around 1-2 cm wide

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  • Collodaria by Collodaria

    2 cm for the full circle or just the central (white) part ?

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    The diameter of the circular body is around 1 cm

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  • cguigand by cguigand scientist, admin

    this one 13 mm outside

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  • Collodaria by Collodaria

    So interesting!! Have to catch more of these guys =D

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  • cguigand by cguigand scientist, admin

    for future reference you save a picture and use a free soft like IamgeJ to measure the size of object in Pixel then x0.07 (mm)

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  • localwormguy by localwormguy

    command+shift+3 is a #screenshot if you have a mac. ...+4 allows you to select an area for screenshot. command+shift+F is presentation mode.

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  • cguigand by cguigand scientist, admin

    cool thanks!

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  • localwormguy by localwormguy

    the command+shift+4 gives you a #pixelcount.

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    O wow, awesome tip! Is the pixel count made from the screen resolution of the monitor and not the native image though?

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  • localwormguy by localwormguy

    yes, but probably open in a new tab, then view actual size, then measure? i don't know how to verify 😉

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    That is probably accurate!! Thanks so much, and us 'scientists' will make sure to verify this method

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  • localwormguy by localwormguy

    as only 'scientists' can, i'm sure -expensively!

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  • bgrassian by bgrassian scientist

    Haha, i think the cost of this scientific analysis might just be a coffee, maybe a pastry as well ( =

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  • Siiw by Siiw moderator

    very nice to know about the measurement, also awesome #protist

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  • bago100 by bago100

    Interesting

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