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Re: Eggs and fungus.
In a message dated 1/6/99 10:58:01 PM, 75330.1431 at compuserve_com writes:
<< They list a dissecting binocular microscope (10x and 30x) for $199 and a
student monocular microscope (40x, 100x, 400x) for $145. I have been
considering one myself, but unsure which would be more useful. >>
I have a binocular microscope and almost always use only one eyepiece. You
don't need a binocular microscope for most things that involve looking at
eggs, fry, copepods, etc.