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This section is for members, and non-members, to add their e-mail addresses and a brief list of interests. This will allow like-minded folk to make contact. If you wish to be added to the list just e-mail the web master. Only the information you wish to reveal will appear.


Name                                                                Interest(s) 
Robert Ratford general microscopy, food microscopy, photomicrography, pond life, stains, fixatives and preservatives, ceramics (a real beginner in this area)

Terence Hope botanical/photography/fresh and marine water biology

Tony Whyte pathology/parasitology/digital microscopy/confocal microscopy/also Victorian/Edwardian microscopic slide preparations/prepared to help with identifying unusual pathological and parasitological specimens/advise on immunohistology and the control of artefacts

Harry Taylor photomicrography/photomacrography/electronic imaging/image editing

Mike Smith photomicrography/section cutting & staining/general

Mick Chaplin springtails/photomicrography incl video/image manipulation

Mike Samworth photomicrography/diatoms/fw algae

Manuel del Cerro -

John Garrett freshwater microscopy and photomicrography/video

Alan Robinson pond life/sand/video/optics/computer/food/textiles

Patrick Everest rotifers/video microscopy/botanical slide preparation

George Vitt president of Microscopical Society of Southern California (see Related Sites)

James D. Solliday vice-president of Microscopical Society of Southern California

Maurice Smith founder of Mic-UK and Co-founder of Micscape Magazine - the home of Microscopy on the Internet : the worlds first international fee-free microscopy club/ microscopy promotion/ microscopy video/ supplying resources to the enthusiast/ keeping the best of the past alive into the future

Brian Cave natural history - also see Letters section 6th Jan '00

Dave Walker macroscopy, low power microscopy, digital imaging

Loes Modderman photomicrography, crystallization of chemicals viewed in polarized light

William McCarthy beginner, fresh water microscopy, computer/video applications

Peter Robson
(alternative address)
petrology & crystal slides together with anything “polarisable” - see also letter of 12 June '01

Bill Clarke beginner, insects, slide making - see also letter of 30 October '01

David Bayliss histology, photomicrography, video microscopy and freshwater biology

Bill Ells
(alternative address)
photomicrography / freshwater life, with special interest in desmids

Ken Jones video microscopy - aquatic life in ponds and streams

Guido E. Santacana fresh water microscopy, rotifers, webcam use in microscopy

Derek Christie photomicrography/ freshwater life, with special interest in algae

John Marshall circuit secretary for circuits, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Harry Roth interested in fresh water organisms and slide preparation

Ant Astley a total beginner interested rather more in fauna than flora - also a radio amateur (callsign G0AJA in case there are any others out there)

Brian Darnton Foraminifera, marine,polarisation generally and tropical fern scales in particular.Most recent projects have been laying foraminifera without pressure in canada balsam.




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