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Oscillatoria, a blue-green filamentous alga w.m.
Oscillatoria, thin sections specially stained to show the nuclear material
Oscillatoria, mucous sheath stained, w.m.
Nostoc, w.m. shows filaments and heterocysts
Nostoc, section for finer details of filaments and sheaths
Nostoc or other blue-green alga, special preparation for nuclear material, Feulgen stain *
Nostoc gunnerae, symbiotic algae living in the stem of Gunnera, section
Nostoc zetterstettii, a gelatinous alga, unbranched filaments, w.m.
Nostoc caeruleum, unbranched filaments, w.m.
Anabaena or Oscillatoria, nuclear stain
Anabaena, thread shaped blue-green algae with heterocysts w.m.
Aphanizomenon, single filaments of various length w.m.
Chroococcus, large single celled blue-green algae w.m.
Gloeocapsa, small colonies within sheaths w.m.
Gloeotrichia, forming akinetes w.m.
Lyngbya, filamentous algae within sheaths w.m.
Microcystis, irregular colonies w.m.
Ophridium versatile, a gelationous alga, filaments with heterocysts
Rivularia, with basal heterocysts w.m.
Scytonema, trichomes with false branchings w.m.
Spirulina, unicellular spirals w.m.
Stigonema, branched thallus w.m.
Tolypothrix, a blue-green alga with false branchings w.m.
Mixed blue-green algae, many different species in one slide for comparison w.m.