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IF YOU NEED MORE MICROSLIDES AND ARRANGEMENTS OF DIATOMS, RADIOLARIANS AND OTHER MICROSCOPIC OBJECTS FOR OPTICAL MICROSCOPY AND SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY (SEM) PLEASE VISIT www.diatomshop.com Visit the Home Page to read the 10 REASONS DIATOM LAB PREPARATIONS ARE SO INNOVATIVE  (You can save PDF file "The 10 reasons Diatom Lab preparations are so innovative" by this link)




NEW DIATOMARIUMs: these are the first diatom microscope slides in the world made with this innovative, expensive and accurate technology! Microscope slide of micromanipulated diatom specimens mounted inside a revolutionary new grid with engraved scientific names. The letters of the species name are 16 µm high and each square internally measures 300 µm x  300 µm. All Diatoms are in the same focal plane of the microscopic print for a truly extraordinary visual experience. The diatom array and the product & company names sit comfortably in the field of view of every 5x objective.
This is a COMPENDIUM of the Diatom world: in fact the New Diatomarium includes Recent Marine - Recent Freswater - Fossil Marine - Fossil Freshwater, Centric and Pennate species!
The use of the microscopic print to present each species with its name works very well, avoiding the need to refer to an index.
The slide is perfect for both dry and immersion objectives and is a masterpiece of professionalism and elegance.
A unique gift for yourself or your loved ones! Available at www.diatomshop.com
From Recent Marine samples: Actinoptychus senarius, Paralia sulcata, Rhaphoneis amphiceros
From Fossil Marine samples: Actinoptychus simbirskianus, Actinoptychus seductilis, Triceratium archangelskianum , Triceratium nobile, Medlinia venusta
From Freshwater Recent samples: Pinnularia nobilis, Stauroneis phoenicenteron, Pinnularia viridis, Cymatopleura solea, Navicula oblonga
From Freshwater Fossil samples: Stauroneis acuta, Epithemia turgida,Navicula angusta, Cymbella mexicana, Anomoeoneis polygramma, Surirella utahensis, Diploneis smithii

 
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