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Onchocerca volvulus, sec. through host tissue with tumor containing larvae (filaria)
Anguillula aceti, vinegar eels, many stages of development in one slide, w.m.
Gordius, a parasitic nematode living in insects, t.s. through the body
Nemertinea, non-parasitic marine species, t.s. in the region of proboscis
Ova in faecal material. Slide contains eggs of parasitic worms of different species i.e. Ascaris, Trichuris, Enterobius etc.*
Ascaris lumbricoides female, c.s.
Ascaris lumbricoides male, c.s.
Ascaris lumbricoides female and male, c.s.
Trichinella spiralis female, w.m.
Trichinella spiralis male, w.m.
Trichinella spiralis female and male, w.m.
Trichinella spiralis cysticercus, w.m.
Trichinella spiralis encapsulated larvae muscle, sec
Ancylostoma caninum female, w.m. *
Ancylostoma caninum male, w.m. *
Ancylostoma caninum female and male, w.m.
Trichuris trichiura female, w.m.
Trichuris trichiura male, w.m.
Trichuris trichiura female and male, w.m.
Entrobiius vermicularis adult, w.m.
Unfertilized ascaris lumbricoides eggs, w.m.
Fertilized ascaris lumbricoides egg, w.m.
Infected ascaris eggs, w.m.
Removed protein membrane Ascaris eggs, w.m.