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Posted by Martin Spies
 - July 13, 2021, 12:58:32 PM
Publications up until 2021
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Wanke, D., Bigalk, S., Krogmann, L., Wendt, I., Rajaei, H. (2019) The Fixator—A simple method for mounting of arthropod specimens and photography of complex structures in liquid. Zootaxa 4657(2): 385-391.

Wanke, D., Ulmer, J. M., Wendt, I., Rajaei, H. (2021) Updates on the Fixator—Facilitating the investigation, mounting, and photography of structures and specimens in liquid. Zootaxa 4999(4): 397-400.
Posted by Martin Spies
 - July 13, 2021, 12:53:14 PM
This topic is about methods for microscopic study and imaging of specimens in fluid.