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Mougeotia, a filamentous alga with flat chloroplasts w.m.
Cosmarium, a common desmid with isthmus w.m.
Closterium, a crescent-shaped desmid w.m.
Mesothaenium, a small rod-shaped desmid w.m.
Micrasterias, large plate-shaped desmids w.m.
Staurastrum, double cells with spines w.m.
Mixed desmids of various forms, strewn slide w.m.
Acetabularia, a marine species with an umbrella-shaped thallus w.m.
Bryopsis, marine green algae w.m.
Chaetophora, thallus with many branches w.m.
Chlamydomonas, small biflagellate algae w.m.
Chlamydomonas, specially stained to show the flagella *
Chlorella, small unicellular green algae, w.m.
Chlorococcus, living on ground, hollowsphere-shaped chloroplasts
Cladophora, branching filaments with multinucleate cells w.m.
Coelastrum, cell colonies w.m.
Coleochaete, a soil species w.m.
Draparnaldia, main filaments and clusters of branches w.m.
Enteromorpha, seaweed, inflated narrow frond w.m.
Eudorina, spherical colonies of thirty-two cells w.m.
Gonium pectorale, plate-like colonial forms w.m.
Gonium sp., specially stained to show the flagella *
Haematococcus, unicellular red biflagellate algae w.m.
Hydrodictyon, water net alga, w.m.