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SUPPLIERS

URCHINS

Marine Research and Educational Products
P.O. Box 462125
Escondido, Ca. 92046
phone: 760 918-6909
FAX: 760 438-3568
Electronic mail: le_page@m-rep.com
http://www.m-rep.com/

Marinus Scientific.
11771 Saint Mark St.
Garden Grove, CA 92845
Phone (714) 901-9700
info@marinusscientific.com www.marinusscientific.com

CAROLINA (800) 334-5551

WARD'S BIOLOGY (800) 962-2660

Gulf Specimen Marine Labs
P.O. Box 237
Panacea, FL 32346
phone: (850)-984-5297
FAX: (850) 984-5233
http://www.gulfspecimen.org/

South Coast Bio- Marine
(714) 614- 7858
info@scbiomarine.com
http://www.scbiomarine.com

Marine Biological Laboratory
Marine Resources Department
7 MBL Street
Woods Hole, MA 02543
specimens@mbl.edu
(508) 289-7375

AQUARIUM SUPPLIES

That Fish Place, 1-888-842-8738, www.thatpetplace.com - [several labs at HMS use this place]

CHEMICALS & SCIENCE STUFF

Fisher Scientific 1-800-766-7000
Sigma Chemical Company 1-800-325-3010
WARD'S BIOLOGY 1-800-962-2660
CAROLINA 1-800-334-5551
SKS Science Products 1-518-880-6980 [new company]

MICROSCOPE STUFF

An absolutely INCREDIBLE CD containing a 143 page PDF of sea urchin development using Light Microscopy, SEM, TEM, Fluorescence Microscopy, 3D pairs. Definitely a MUST HAVE for your classroom:

An Atlas of the Development of the Sea Urchin
by John Morrill, New College of Florida

Only $20 for the first CD and $15 for each additional copy to same address.
Here is the order form

Great microscope lights at :

Sea Life Supply
740 Tioga Avenue, Sand City, CA 93955-3034
TEL (831) 394-0828     FAX (831) 899-3399

Check out the Mike Lites: http://www.sealifesupply.com/mikelite.htm.

Celestron makes a neat Digital Microscope Imager 44422, 5 MP, Adorama You can still get older 2MP version for $41 from Amazon. Comes with Windows software but you can use opensource free software to make it work on Macs and Linux as well (looks like an ordinary webcam to computers). Both work by replacing the eyepiece on your microscope.