Usually on pine needles, but sometimes on oak leaves or other organic debris such as twigs, seed pods and nut shells.
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Five for the blue plastic and five for some clear tape. The hardest part was to figure out where on the microscope to put it – the answer is to take apart the condenser and put the filters between the two lenses.
special equipment required or just technique w/ existing brightfield setup?
I do the before and after shots because they look really cool in a powerpoint presentation or on Facebook where the image viewer flips between images. I made a couple animated gifs which show the effect nicely:
The before and after shots are great, especially the “tackle box” one. It really gives the viewer the perspective.
Better than jurassic world
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