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Euglena gracilis, a smaller species, w.m.
Euglena, a large species specially fixed and stained to show the flagella, w.m.
Phacus, flat heart-shaped cells w.m.
Ceratium hirundinella, a fresh water dinoflagellate w.m.
Ceratium, slide showing different marine forms w.m.
Peridinium, a fresh water dinoflagellate w.m.
Noctiluca miliaris, a large marine flagellate causing the phosphorescence of the sea, w.m.
Termite Flagellates. w.m., showing large forms *
Silicoflagellates, various species
Planarian 3 different regions, c.s.
Planarian, carbon-fed , w.m.
Planarian, plain ad carbon-fed I comparison, w.m.
Paramecium, in fission w.m.
Paramecium, conjugation w.m.
Amoeba proteus, sec
Amphioxus w.m. (carmine)
Amphioxus through oral hood t.s.
Amphioxus through pharynx t.s.