Comments: 9
  • #9

    Patrick (Tuesday, 26 April 2011 15:50)

    first class web site, many thanks for all the work you have put into it. It will be of great use to me in my new hobby of microscopy.

  • #8

    Anna Wachnicka (Thursday, 24 March 2011 19:45)

    I just have to say, wow! What a nice and interesting website! Thank you for shearing it with the rest of the diatom world:)

    best wishes,

  • #7

    Rene (Monday, 01 November 2010 03:58)

    Hi Leszek, well done, very informative! Good image of that Pinnularia btw good detail in the raphe. Thanks,


  • #6

    TOG, The Old Gromit (Saturday, 25 September 2010 18:06)

    Leszek - It has been quite some time since I bumped into this site. Both you and Dick are to be congratulated in it's development.
    Ireland is an island (!), when are you going to be brave and include the many hundreds / thousands of miles of coastline and estuaries of marine and brackish diatoms to this wonderful list? I struggle in vain to find resources for my love of these particular diatoms. Well done, old friends, well done indeed! It is a privilege to place a comment with Klaus - Dieter, Klaus (singular) and Dr Nagy - with input from Raymond himself !

    I am TOG, The Old Gromit

  • #5

    Klaus Yde (Monday, 16 November 2009 13:14)

    Very nice website - I wasnt aware that You had made so much already. I see forward to more pictures?

    All the best

    Klaus Yde

  • #4

    Roy Norris, Los Angeles, USA (Thursday, 15 October 2009 03:12)

    Magnificent site. Extremely informative and helpful for a newcomer as I am sure it is for an expert. Papers on cleaning and mounting diatoms were particularly helpful as was the glossary.

    Thank you for making this information available.

  • #3

    Ross Ferris New Zealand (Wednesday, 10 December 2008 15:52)

    Congratulations an excellent website. I can see myself visiting frequently.

    Ross Ferris

  • #2

    Stephen S. Nagy (Sunday, 17 August 2008 00:25)

    The website looks good and should be useful!


    Stephen Nagy

  • #1

    Klaus Kemp (Wednesday, 30 July 2008 07:58)

    My best wishes for this venture. Trusting that all who study Diatoms will find something useful and also enter information to this site.
    Klaus D. Kemp