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Daphnia, water flea, w.m.
Daphnia, ephippia, w.m.
Daphnia, w.m. showing winter and summer eggs
Cyclops, fresh water copepods, w.m.
Cyclops, nauplius larva w.m.
Small crustaceans, mixed species of fresh water plankton strewn slide w.m.
Artemia salina, brine shrimp, various developing stages on each slide, w.m.
Balanus balanoides, common barnacle, nauplius larva w.m.
Bythotrephes, a cladoceran w.m.
Caprella, an amphipod w.m.
Carcinus maenas, crab, zoea larva w.m. *
Carcinus maenas, megalopa larva w.m. *
Cypris of Cirrepedia, cocoon stage, w.m.
Gammarus, fresh water amphipod, entire specimen w.m.
Shrimp, t.s. of small specimen for general study
Lepas anatifera, barnacle, w.m. of catching leg
Lingula, brachiopode, t.s.
Mysis, shrimp from the Arctic ocean, w.m.
Podon and Evadne, from marine plankton w.m.
Statocyst of prawn, organ of equilibration with sensory hairs and statolith
Astacus, crayfish, striated muscle l.s., ideal for the demonstration of striation showing large structures
Astacus, gills t.s.
Astacus, stomach t.s.
Astacus, intestine t.s.