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19th July 2014 11:57

Bob wrote...

Beautiful work Alan. I'm a protistologist and a big fan of your electronics work also. Your approach to your rainwater gauge is beyond superb. The protistology world needs you! I also found out today that you're Australian like me!

26th April 2011 20:56

Alan Yates wrote...

G'day Elias. Thanks very much.

20th March 2011 04:40

Elias Esquerra wrote...


I'm from Chile and now I'm working with haematoccus and you have very good pics. Greeeting for you.. My apologize for my english.

9th January 2011 20:35

S. Anonfunetfi! wrote...

I think the images are outstanding - I was shocked to read they were taken through the eyepiece with a everyday digi camera! They are comparable to the fixed CCD's on professional grade microscopes that I've seen.