Simocephalus vetulus

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Jacek
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Simocephalus vetulus

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Hello Jacek,

Very nice pictures of this good old simianhead.
Thanks for posting.

Clado

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Thanks Clado

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Truly lovely images. I particularly like the Pol shots. Would you explain the pol setup?

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Very nice.
I'm in Canada! Isn't that weird?

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Thanks :D

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Jacek,

Great shots. The work you do with the "UFG" is impressive!

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Jacek,

Excellent images.

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thank you very much

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Impressive!
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That Rheinberg shot is really beautiful!

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Thanks :D

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Post by Clado »

Hello Jacek,

Very nice image.
Red: the muscles of the swimming-antenna.
The crystals on the carapace occur rather often by Simocephalus.

Best regards,

Clado

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