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what are the black spots in Glossostigma elatinoides ?

Discussion in 'Talk to Tom Barr' started by a-hua, May 23, 2008.

  1. a-hua

    a-hua Subscriber

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    as pictures,
    it appeared on almost the Glossostigma elatinoides and the sand.
    when i taked pics, i even finded there are some smaller white things move between the black spots.

    what are they and how can i solve them?
     
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    For a moment I almost thought they were eggs, but then realized the scale of things would mean they were extremely tiny.

    I'm very curious myself to find out what that is...
     
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    Not sure, look like snails or some shelled critter.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
  4. a-hua

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    after your reply,
    i start to curious...
    unfortunately i do not have a microscope to find out(is it a chance to buy one?).

    maybe then i will try some excel.
     

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