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Re: Infra red cameras

  • Subject: Re: Infra red cameras
  • From: Marc Gibernau <gibernau@cict.fr>
  • Date: Mon, 26 May 2008 11:50:29 +0200


I agree with many of you about the fact that the spathe interior wall is 
clear, whitish. I'm almost sure that this clear color contrast with the 
dark environment and as you may be on the figure posted in my last e-mail 
some reflection occurs (the zone around the constriction) is clear blue 
(about 2°C degrees ) of the rest of the spathe certainly increasing the 
bright/clear aspect of the interior spathe wall both in normal and IR light.
But the spathe being not thermogenic its attractive effect may be minimal 
comparing to the bright spadix (in IR wavelenghts).

All the best,


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