Prof. Kirsten Fisher at California State U. in LA ran a workshop on biological soil crusts where they studied lichens and mosses in situ. using our 10X 50mm folding magnifier.
In Prof. Fisher's words: "We didn't want to collect anything or disturb the crusts, so the large lenses were perfect for non-destructive observations."
Brytophytes are non-vascular plants that include the liverworts, hornworts and mosses. A stylized rendering of one is displayed on the magnifier using a decal (sticker).
Not for field use but great for the lab or at your desk. Great deal for the price.
Thanks for review & feedback. This is an unusual magnifier since 10X loupes are only ~20mm diameter. We have an older blog,?What Magnifying Glass Do I Need for Biology?, that some might find useful.
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