A rotifer imaged with a 40x objective using differential interference contrast (DIC). Imaged using a Zeiss Axioscope with an Axiocam HrC.
The ciliate is called Euplotes Eurystomus and it is about 125 microns in length. The image was taken using differential interference contrast (DIC) using a 40x objective.
The organism is called Holopyhra discolor. It is a little more than 100 microns in size. THe cirlce in the back of it is the contractile vacuole, which regulates the amount of water in the organism. The blurred spot in the middle is the macronucleus. THe image was taken using differential iterference contrast (DIC) and taken with a 40x objective.
Panoramic focus stack image of a young saltwater shrimp.
The subject is a Valviferan Isopod, or commonly known as a water centipede. The different colors represent different auto-fluorescent proteins when excited with either GFP, DsRED or DAPI filter bands.
Focus stack of a live copepod using dark field illumination with a 10x objective. Imaged with the Axiocam HrC.
The subjects are bovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells. The green represents cell wall and structure, the red represents mitochondria in the cell and the blue is the nucleus of the cell.
An adult Obellia imaged with the Leica SP5 confocal microscope.
A confocal image of a cyclops. The clusters on the side of the organism are its eggs.
The organism is Aurelia Scyphistoma. The image was captured at 10x with a Leica SP5 confocal microscope.