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How powerful of a microscope do you need to view microorganisms in pond water (Vorticellas, Paramecium, etc.)?

How cheaply can I buy said microscope?

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Tom
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Check out Edmund Scientifics:

     http://scientificsonline.com/category.asp?c=421190

You probably need 50x to 250x depending on what you want to see.

You can probably get started for $10 to $50.
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