My Olympus BHA microscope from eBay - Robert
Pavlis (USA) describes aspects of the repair and usage of an
example of this versatile
in 3D – Anaglyphs for the stereographic analysis of
Mesozoic ammonites -
Robert Sturm (Austria) presents
an illustrated article on the attractive variety of forms of these
Jean-Marie Cavanihac (France)
illustrates aspects of the complex but fascinating reproductive
cycle of two marine red algae.
White on black: reverse ink drawings -
Richard Howey (USA) presents an essay showing examples
of the attractive plates from two volumes of The American Naturalist: A Popular Illustrated Magazine of Natural History.
gallery of maleic acid photomicrographs (using a variety of illumination
techniques) - Brian
Johnston (Canada) continues his series showing the striking
images that can be achieved with different chemicals.
fauna. Some lifestyles, part 4 -
Walter Dioni (Mexico) continues
his series on the intestinal parasites of an American cockroach
by describing the oxyurid nematodes.
Biolam microscopes. Notes on refurbishing seized rotating
Ian Walker (UK) offers some
practical advice for a popular microscope.
and sliding. Bacillaria
- Ron Neumeyer (Canada) presents an illustrated artice
on this distinctive and attractive diatom; includes video
Magic' - magic colour - Ian
Walker (UK) illustrates how LEE Filter's pack of 'Colour
Magic' acetate filters are excellent for microscopy lighting
techniques such as Rheinberg.
trials using a Nikon D50 on a LOMO Biolam microscope with electronic flash - David
Walker (UK) assesses how Nikon's entry level DSLR
model performs with a simple photomicroscopy setup.
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