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Exploring the miniature

ISSN 1365 - 070x

Issue 32: June 1998
Next update July 13th

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Rotifer with ingested algae derived from an image Mike Dingley


Articles this Month


Hydras - fascinating fresh-
water organisms.
More on desmid eaters
- a look at a rotifer and protozoa which eat these algae.
Meeting of UK/Dutch microscopists - a UK perspective by Mol Smith. Spectacular use of latest web browser features. Only viewable in IE4.0+ and Netscape 4.0+ for the present. Takes awhile to load. Meeting of UK/Dutch microscopists - a Dutch perspective by Wim van Egmond. Illustrates the fascinating marine organisms collected.
Simple video microscopy (stills) using infra-red light
- revealing detail of insects, shells etc.
Insect insights: Flea circus!
- a closer look at these itchy insects.
Have you tried dark-field on that specimen - many subjects benefit from the technique This could be yours! We are delighted to receive contributions small or large, from novice to expert! If you have an image, tip or article, why not share it, this magazine is what you make it! Have a chat with us, to see how we can help share your work.



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