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Torn this being Clare Torney's thesis:Mineral eyes:lessons from the natural world Also some consideration is given to echinoderm eyes HIGHLY recommended,a paleobiological gem,but other won't necessarily agree NB: two parts of this thesis may be found in Piranha's "Open Acces trilobite papers" Mustread for those following the exploits of Euan Clarkson,Horvath,etc about 17 mB The considerations given to mineralogy and diagenesis(GOOD petrogrpay!) are priceless,but then again,that's just me also tasty(outtakes below,Ca. 2013/Paleontology preprint)
Hello all! It's rather hard for me right now to take good photos of fossils, especially when it comes to close-ups or specific small details. That is, because I have an old iPhone 5... I'm not really willing to get a new phone anytime soon, therefore I am looking for a lens or small microscope I can attach to my phone in order to make detailed photos of small fossils. I've made a bit of research, but it didn't prove itself to be very useful. That's why I am asking your help: what do you think is the best lens/microscope I could buy (for a cheap price, no more than 20 euros/dollars)? Or, what do you use to make your photos? Thanks already, Max