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Hydra, t.s. through the body in different levels showing ectoderm with nematocysts, supporting lamella and entoderm
Hydra, l.s. through body and tentacles
Hydra, median l.s. through basal disc, gastro-vascular cavity, hypostome and tentacles *
Hydra, t.s. and l.s. on one slide
Hydra with male gonad (testis), t.s.
Hydra with male gonad (testis), w.m. *
Hydra with female gonad (ovary), t.s.
Hydra with female gonad (ovary), w.m. *
Hydra, t.s. of male and female gonads on one slide
Hydra, isolated cells w.m. showing the different cell types, nematocysts
Hydra with food in the digestive cavity, w.m. *
Hydra with food in the digestive cavity, t.s. through body
Hydra, plain and budding, two specimens w.m.
Obelia hydroid, colony of polyps with hydrants and gonothecae, w.m. for general study
Obelia medusa, small jellyfish, w.m. for general study
Obelia, sec. through budding medusae in different stages *
Plumularia setaceae, colony of polyps w.m.
Tubularia larynx, colony of polyps, w.m. or l.s.
Tubularia larynx, actinula larva w.m.
Sertularia cupressina, colony of polyps w.m.
Campanularia johnstoni, colony of polyps w.m.
Hydractinia, colony of polyps w.m.
Coryne sarsi, colony of polyps showing budding and developing medusae, w.m. *
Jellyfish, section through the margin of umbrella shows statocysts