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Chiton, a primitive mollusc, t.s. through the body
Chiton, sagittal l.s. through the entire specimen
Mya arenaria, clam, t.s. of entire young specimen
Mya arenaria, liver t.s.
Mya arenaria, t.s. and l.s. of gills showing well developed ciliated epithelium
Mya arenaria, t.s. of intestine and gonads
Mya arenaria, adductor muscle of shell, l.s.
Mya arenaria, siphonal tube t.s.
Mya arenaria, mussel, filtering stomach t.s. *
Anodonta, mussel, small specimen, complete t.s.
Anodonta, gills w.m.
Anodonta, gills l.s.
Anodonta, intestinal region t.s.
Anodonta, liver t.s.
Anodonta, glochidia (larvae) w.m.
Pisidium, a small fresh water mussel, section with embryos
Pecten, clam, eye in section of mantle margin
Haliotis, marine snail, l.s. of a simple pinhole camera eye *
Patella, cup-shell. simple eye, l.s.
Patella, trochophora larva w.m. *
Crepidula, marine snail, veliger larva w.m. *
Alloteuthis, cuttlefish, entire young specimen stained and w.m. *
Alloteuthis, abdomen of young specimen, t.s.
Alloteuthis, entire young specimen, l.s. for general study