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Ornithodorus, six-legged larva w.m. *
Tyroglyphus farinae, mite from meal, w.m.
Tyrolichus, cheese mite w.m.
Pseudoscorpion, w.m. of entire specimen *
Limulus, swordtail, trilobite larva w.m., the trilobite shaped larva is of interest for studies in phylogeny *
Scolopendra, large centipede, t.s. of body segment
Scolopendra, head with poison glands t.s.
Lithobius, head with poison fangs, w.m. *
Lithobius, centipede, segment w.m.
Lithobius, head, t.s.
Lithobius, midbody, t.s.
Julus, a millipede, t.s. through the body
Julus, diplosegment with two pairs of legs, w.m.
Julus, head with mouth parts (gnathochilarium) w.m. *
Glomeris, sagittal l.s. of entire specimen *
Diplopode, sagittal l.s. through young specimen showing the zone of proliferation (anamorphose) *
Julus, millipede, accumulation of ocelli l.s. *
Scutigera, simple compound eye of a pantopode, l.s. *
Symphyla, entire specimen w.m. *
Centipede leg, w.m.
Centipede, head and posion gland, sec
Centipede, poison claw, w.m.