|06-27-2012 04:48 AM|
The biggest ones are about a centimetre long. They are definitely a little bigger than bladder snails when full grown.
|06-26-2012 09:32 PM|
Cool picture, how big is the actually snail?
My biggest ones are about the size of peas... very pretty to watch I think. Glade I let them do their own thing an stop the genocide
|06-26-2012 03:37 PM|
|06-26-2012 01:10 PM|
|diwu13||Great shots of the millipede! And I like your narration along with the pictures !|
|06-26-2012 05:16 AM|
diwu13: nice post!
I had bladder snails previously, but my assasin snails cleaned them out. I went to a local fish store and asked for some more...these are what they gave me. They seem a little less vulnerable to the assasins...
|06-26-2012 12:35 AM|
Here's how you tell
|06-26-2012 12:20 AM|
|06-25-2012 11:35 PM|
|HybridHerp||how can you tell the difference between this and a Physa species?|
|06-25-2012 07:09 PM|
|diwu13||You're actually one of the few people here that have pond snails, and not bladder snails!|
|06-25-2012 06:46 PM|
For aquarium photography I just use the on-camera flash. For terrestrial photography I generally use the Olympus ring flash. I need to get the twin flash as well one of these days.
What do you think of the Sigma 105mm? I wish there was a Zuiko of around that focal length...
|06-25-2012 06:41 PM|
Olympus 620 and 35mm macro & on-camera flash
|06-25-2012 06:40 PM|
|06-25-2012 04:03 PM|
|Ulupica||It's nice to see another Olympus user! I've got the 520, Sigma 105mm macro, and Oly STF-22 TTL Twin Flash. That combination works great for macro. I do more wildflower photography than critters but I come across quite a few of them too.|
|06-25-2012 03:57 PM|
They're even uglier up close.
What camera and what lens do you use? I'm a mostly macro photographer myself.
|06-25-2012 03:52 PM|
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