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slide-mounting techniques
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Posted on 11-01-2014 18:33
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A paper on

"A simple method for slide-mounting chironomid hypopygia in lateral view (and for similar preparations)"

can be found in vol. 26 (2013) of the

"CHIRONOMUS Newsletter on Chironomidae Research".

The latter is published yearly (in the fall to early winter), and is open access; research articles in it are subject to peer review.

For the table of contents, and links for downloading individual papers or the entire volume, please see http://www.ntnu.n...05/showToc
Edited by mspies on 11-01-2014 18:34
 
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