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Can be used with microscopes of any brand. Field of application: zoology

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We proudly present the Discovery optics series that is produced by Levenhuk and endorsed by Discovery.


The Discovery Fauna prepared slides set includes 12 ready-to-use specimens for zoology. You don't need to look for and catch biting insects, buy additional tools for their preparation, or spend time preparing specimens. You just need to fix ready-to-use specimens on the stage and examine them.

All of the specimens are divided into three groups by categories. One slide is one of the groups that includes four specimens. Each specimen is labeled so that you can quickly find the one that you want to study. The Discovery Fauna 12 prepared slides set is compatible with any biological microscopes with lower illumination, including models for kids and teens.

Features:

  • 12 ready-to-use transparent specimens
  • Each specimen is labeled.
  • Field of application: zoology
  • For observations in the transmitted light

The slides set includes:

Animals

  • Mouse hair
  • Hare hair
  • Dog hair
  • Sheep hair

Insects

  • Bee abdomen
  • Honeybee leg
  • Locust wing
  • Housefly leg

Tiny creatures

  • Plant louse
  • Ant
  • Shrimp egg
  • Daphnia
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