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convert bright field images to phase contrast or dic microscopy images (one of those three to any of those three)

I highly doubt it; those are imaging techniques that result from the way light interacts with an object. Faking it wouldn't be useful in the context of science as conversion won't tell you anything ...
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Can a stereo microscope be used for mycology?

for some things sure, like looking at surface structures in more detail, and with 200x power you might see micro structures including perhaps cells. but most fungal microscopy is done with a compound ...
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Can a stereo microscope be used for mycology?

I'm not sure, but I suspect the answer here is a general "no". The reason I say this is that stereo microscopes typically do not have the magnifications needed to see the mycelium and other ...
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