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MP4 and Webm videos      
Woodcock 1
American Woodcock 1 (300 deg view) Omaha, NE
Woodcock 2 American Woodcock 2 (eating worms)
Cliff Swallows Phalaropes Wilsons Phalarope Crescent Lakes NWR, Nebraska.
MP4 video of microorganisms in water found around the house.
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Phase contrast illumination using a Nikon inverted microscope..

Microbe source Onions in a glass of water. The water is the source of the microbes.    
With grid 6684 low power. The sample depth is 0.1mm. Squares have 0.33mm sides. Square volume=0.011 uL. Ciliates and other microbes 6691 ciliate protozoa, smaller protozoa, and lots of bacteria
Low mag ciliates 6697 near an air bubble High mag ciliate 6767 High magnification ciliate. Look for the contractile vacuole.
6764 Watch for the contractile vacuole, then expelled debris. Ciliate and more 6736 Ciliate. Look for the amoeba and watch for flagellates.
Ciliates trapped Ciliates, flagellates, and others trapped between air bubbles. Amoeba by air bubble 6787 Amoeba by air bubble
Amoeba 3a 6792 Amoeba start Amoeba 3b 6793 Amoeba end
AeroGarden AeroGarden for hydroponic growth of herbs and garden greens. The water looks clean, but... AeroGarden 1 AeroGarden 6815
Fountain This water fountain is exposed to full sun most of mid-day. You can see from the green tint in the water that algae is present. What else is there?
All of the following are videos of rotifers (multicellular invertebrates) living in the water. There are also some algae and protozoa visible. The one on the right is for size reference (see 6684 above)
rotifer size
Rotifer 9983
Rotifer 9992
Rotifer 9998
Rotifer 0001 There are many different rotifers. The ones here are likely Bdelloid and Cephelodella.

Rotifer 0032

Rotifer 0035
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