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Davidsons solution

Jack Pearce buzbay at cape.com
Wed Mar 29 17:17:01 EST 2000

Hi, I found Bouin's to be the best all around fixative for crustacean, annelid, 
and molluscan tissues of a wide range. Easy to be prepared. But, believe it 
or not, can be explosive under certain conditions.   

Jack Pearce, North American Editor, Marine Pollution Bulletin

Geoff Read wrote:

> Personally I'd imagine the better known Bouin's fixative (Picric acid), of
> which there are several variants, would do just fine for general purpose
> histology.

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