> Dear Jens,
I'm not Jens, I'm Dagmar. I'm just using Jens' account.
I will be pleased to help you if I can.
> I once enjoyed to draw all kinds of protozoa (protoctists if you like) I
> found in ponds and
> swamps overhere (Oud-Zuilen, The Netherlands).
> I'am planning to start doing that again but more accurate and to specialise
> (a bit) on thecamoebas.
> I have a little literature (very out of date) about these creatures.
> So, if you could help an amateur, it would be grateful.
>> I'am interrested in: the determination of thecamoebas, their ecology and
> difflugia-species in particular.
>That`s good fun! Do you draw with pencil? What kind of microscope do you
have? What is the highest magnification you can use?
A lot of literature about testates (thekamoeba) is very out of date but
still useful. Some of the publications I read when determining species
were written 1889 or earlier! -- But to get good information about the
ecology of testates you have to read the latest publications.
I will make a list of some publications that should be interesting for
you. I`m afraid it will take a week or so till I will be able to mail you
these quotations. Till then: