Zoology
  • Sample Pictures
  • Protozoa
  • Porifera
  • Cnidaria
  • Platyhelminthes
  • Rotifers
  • Bryozoa
  • Echinodermata
  • Mollusca
  • Annelida
  • Arthropoda
  • Chordata
  • Assorted Slides

     

    Sample Pictures


    Amoeba-wm


    Cyclops, male and female


    Daphnia

    Euglena


    Musca Domestica (House Fly)


    Paramecium-wm

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    Protozoa

    ZO0001

    AMOEBA, w.m. of one celled protozoan showing,pseudopodia and nucleus 

    ZO0002

    DIDINIUM, w.m. showing ciliate with theircilia in rows 

    ZO0003

    DIDINIUM, devouring paramecium w.m. 

    ZO0004

    EUGLENA, w.m. showing nucleus, chloroplasts,contractile vacuole and the flagellum 

    ZO0005

    FORAMINIFERA, w.m. showing mixture of coiled andbiserial fossils forms of several genera 

    ZO0006

    PARAMECIUM PLAIN, w.m. demonstrating the macronucleus and micronucleus, food and contractile vacuole, oral groove and gullet 

    ZO0007

    PARAMECIUM, w.m. showing pellicle 

    ZO0008

    PARAMECIUM IN FISSION, w.m. several specimensespecially selected each showing a stage in thefission 

    ZO008A

    PARAMECIUM IN FISSION, w.m. of mass culture,numerous paramecia on each slide with someindividuals in different stages of fission 

    ZO0009

    PARAMECIUM IN CONJUGATION, w.m. showing a largenumber of specimens in various stages of sexual reproduction 

    ZO0010

    PARAMECIUM, w.m. showing food vacuole 

    ZO0011

    RADIOLARIA, w.m. of siliceous shell of variousspecies 

    ZO0012

    STENTOR, w.m. showing large macro-nucleus whichappears in the form of a long chain of beads 

    ZO0013

    VORTICELLA, w.m. of peritrichous ciliate withcontractile stalk and band-shaped nucleus 

    ZO0014

    MIXED PROTOZOA, w.m. of mixed species of thecommon representative forms including amoebaproteus, paramecium, Euglena 

    ZO0015

    PLANKTON, w.m. of different species 

    ZO0016

    ARCELLA, w.m. of an ameboid protozoan with achitinous ornamented test 

    ZO0017

    BLEPHARISMA , w.m. of a large ciliate with divided,macronucleus 

    ZO0019

    SPIROSTOMUM, w.m. of a large protozoan with beadedmacronucleus 

    ZO019A

    PODOPHRYA, w.m. 

     

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    Porifera

    ZO0020

    GRANTIA (SCYPHA), c.s. showing general structureof canals and body walls 

    ZO0021

    GRANTIA, l.s. showing relation of incurrent andradial canals 

    ZO021A

    Sycon sponge, l.s.

    ZO0022

    GRANTIA, c.s. and l.s. showing spicules and the irrelationship to the canals 

    ZO0023

    COMMERCIAL SPONGE, macerated preparation showingstructure of horny skeleton 

    ZO0024

    SPICULES, w.m. of spicule showing typical forms ofcalcareous sponge 

    ZO0025

    SPICULES (SILICEOUS) 

    ZO0026

    SPICULES (MIXED) 

    ZO0027

    LEUCOSOLENIA SPICULES 

    ZO0028

    GRANTIA (SPICULES) 

    ZO0029

    SYCON SPICULES 

    ZO0030

    Spongilla


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    Cnidaria

    ZO0035

    HYDRA (PLAIN) 

    ZO0036

    HYDRA (PLAIN), c.s. showing clearly thedifferentiated cells of the epidermis andgastrodermis separated by the non-cellularmesoglea 

    ZO0037

    HYDRA (PLAIN), l.s. demonstrating the cellularstructure and the body plan 

    ZO037A

    Hydra, c.s. and  l.s.

    ZO0038

    HYDRA WITH BUD, w.m. showing the well expanded andstained body 

    ZO0039

    HYDRA WITH BUD, l.s. showing the continuation ofthe gastrovascular cavity and the body layers ofthe adult into the bud 

    ZO0040

    HYDRA WITH SPERMARY, w.m. showing the spermary 

    ZO0041

    HYDRA WITH SPERMARY, c.s. showing the testes 

    ZO0042

    HYDRA WITH OVARY, w.m. showing the appearance of the ovary as a thickening of the body wall 

    ZO0043

    HYDRA WITH OVARY, c.s. showing relation toectodermal and interstitial cells 

    ZO0044

    OBELIA, w.m. of hydroid colony showing hydranths and gonangia, walls of the gastrovascular cavity and other structures are well defined 

    ZO0045

    Obelia, medusae

     

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    Platyhelminthes

    ZO0050

    PLANARIA (CARBON FED), w.m. showing the digestivesystem filled with carbon to contrast with thestained background 

    ZO050A

    PLANARIA (PLAIN), w.m. of an expanded andflattened body to show the general structures 

    ZO0051

    PLANARIA, c.s. of the 3 regions of the body 


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    Rotifers

    ZO0060

    ROTIFERS, w.m. of expanded freshwater species 

     

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    Bryozoa

    ZO0065

    BUGULA,w.m. showing part of expanded colony 

     

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    Echinodermata

    ZO0070

    STARFISH, w.m. of small specimen 

    ZO0071

    STARFISH, w.m. of an isolated pedicellariae 

    ZO0072

    STARFISH, c.s. of ray or arm including hepaticcaecum 

     

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    Mollusca

    ZO0075

    SNAIL RADULA, flat mount showing rows of teeth 

    ZO0076

    CLAM, w.m. of glochidea 

    ZO0077

    CLAM, c.s. of gills showing lamellae and gillfilaments 

    ZO0078

    CLAM, c.s of the body 

    ZO0079

    AURELIA EPHYRA, w.m. of free swimming young medusa 


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    Annelida

    ZO0080

    LEECH, w.m. of small expanded specimen 

    ZO0081

    LEECH, c.s. of the 3 regions showing relationshipsof structures 

    ZO081A

    Hirudo Medicinalis, t.s.

    ZO0082

    EARTHWORM, c.s. through the pharynx 

    ZO0083

    EARTHWORM, c.s. through esophagus 

    ZO0084

    EARTHWORM, w.m. of nephridium 

    ZO0085

    EARTHWORM, c.s. selected to show nephridiopore 

    ZO0086

    EARTHWORM, c.s. through clitellum 

    ZO0087

    EARTHWORM, c.s. selected to show whole or part ofsetae 

    ZO0088

    EARTHWORM, c.s. through the middle 

    ZO0089

    EARTHWORM, l.s. through anterior through seminalreceptacle and seminal vesicle 

    ZO0090

    EARTHWORM, l.s. middle 

    ZO0091

    EARTHWORM, l.s. posterior 

    ZO0092

    EARTHWORM, c.s. through seminal vesicle 

    ZO0093

    EARTHWORM, c.s. through the heart region 

    ZO0094

    NEREIS, c.s. of the trunk showing general bodystructures 

    ZO0095

    NEREIS (PARAPODIUM), showing setae, aciculi,cirri, etc. 

     

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    Arthropoda

    ZO0100

    CYCLOPS (MALE AND FEMALE), w.m. with egg sacs 

    ZO100A

    Cyclops,  w.m.

    ZO0101

    CYCLOPS (FEMALE), w.m. with egg sacs 

    ZO0102

    DAPHNIA, w.m. showing the general structure ofcladocera 

    ZO0110

    SPIDER, w.m. showing exoskeleton of entire smallspecimen 

    ZO0111

    SPIDER SPINNERETTE, w.m. 

    ZO0115

    BUTTERFLY WING, w.m. of wings showing scales 

    ZO0117

    BUTTERFLY, w.m. of antenna with terminal knob 

    ZO0118

    BUTTERFLY, w.m. of proboscis, an organ adapted forsucking freely exposed nectar; not a piercingmouth part 

    ZO0125

    MOTH, w.m of wings 

    ZO125A

    Moth scaley wings

    ZO125B

    Membranous wing

    ZO0126

    MOTH, w.m of wings 

    ZO126A

    Moth antenna, Bipectinate

    ZO0127

    MOTH, w.m. of proboscis 

    ZO0128

    BUTTERFLY AND MOTH, w.m. of proboscis on one slide 

    ZO0129

    BUTTERFLY AND MOTH, w.m of antenna on one slide 

    ZO0130

    GRASSHOPPER MOUTHPARTS, w.m. of seven pieces thatare carefully dissected and arranged in correct topographic relationship 

    ZO130A

    GRASSHOPPER, w.m. of leg 

    ZO130B

    GRASSHOPPER, w.m. of wing 

    ZO130C

    Grasshopper, antenna

    ZO0131

    Grasshopper, antenna, filariform

    ZO0135

    MOSQUITO MALE, w.m. showing the general features 

    ZO0136

    MOSQUITO FEMALE, w,.m. showing the general features 

    ZO0137

    MOSQUITO, w.m. of male head showing antenna andmouth parts 

    ZO0138

    MOSQUITO, w.m. of female head showing antenna andmouth parts 

    ZO0139

    MOSQUITO, w.m. of female head and male head on oneslide 

    ZO139A

    Mosquito mouth parts

    ZO0140

    MOSQUITO, w.m. of eggs in egg raft 

    ZO140A

    Mosquito, life cycle

    ZO0141

    MOSQUITO, w.m. of larva 

    ZO0142

    MOSQUITO, w.m. of pupa 

    ZO0143 

    MOSQUITO, w.m. of life cycle 

    ZO0150

    FLY, w.m. of head, cleared and bleached sostructures, including mouth parts can be seen 

    ZO150A

    House fly antenna, aristate

    ZO0151

    FLY, w.m. of cornea showing facets 

    ZO0152

    FLY, section of cornea 

    ZO152A

    DRAGONFLY, section of cornea 

    ZO0153

    FLY, w.m. of leg showing hairs, claws and pulvilli(clinging pads) 

    ZO0154

    FLY, w.m. of wing and haltere 

    ZO154A

    FLY, w.m. of leg and wing 

    ZO154B

    Housefly w.m.

    ZO0155

    House fly ovipositor

    ZO0156

    Vermiform larva (Housefly)

    ZO0157

    Fruit fly, drosophila melanogaster

    ZO157A

    Mediterranean fruit fly, ceratitis capitata

    ZO157B

    Fruit fly drosophila melanogaster life cycle

    ZO0158

    White Ants, termites

    ZO158A

    White ants antenna, moniliform

    ZO0159

    Tabanus Taeniola

    ZO159A

    Tabanid fly antenna, stylate

    ZO0160

    BEE, w.m. of head, cleared and bleached tostructures, including mouth parts can be seen 

    ZO160A

    Honeybee antena

    ZO0161

    BEE, w.m. wings showing grove and hooks 

    ZO0162

    BEE, w.m. of pollen basket 

    ZO0163

    BEE, w.m. of drone legs 

    ZO0164

    BEE, w.m. of leg showing specialization ofstructures for special functions 

    ZO0165

    Bee sting & poison sac

    ZO165A

    BEE, w.m. of sting and poison sac 

    ZO0166

    Cockroach atenna, setaceous

    ZO166A

    COCKROACH, w.m. of mouth parts 

    ZO166B

    Cockroach, leg parts

    ZO0167

    INSECT SPIRACLE, w.m. of body wall showing opening 

    ZO0168

    INSECT, w.m. of trachea showing transversestriation of chitinous layer 

    ZO0169

    INSECT LEGS, w.m. of legs types illustratingmembranous (fly), hook and ridget-lacking(honeybee), scaled (butterfly), andchitinous/membranous (squash bug) 

    ZO0170

    CRICKET, w.m. of leg and ear 


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    Chordata

    ZO180A

    AMPHIOXUS, w.m. of mature specimen showing gonads 

    ZO180B

    Amphioxus young

    ZO0181

    AMPHIOXUS OVARY, c.s. through region offemale gonads 

    ZO0182

    AMPHIOXUS TESTIS, c.s. through region of malegonads 

    ZO0183

    AMPHIOXUS, c.s. through pharyngal region 

    ZO0184

    AMPHIOXUS, c.s. through intestinal region 

    ZO0185

    AMPHIOXUS, c.s. through caudal region 

    ZO0186

    AMPHIOXUS, c.s. of male through the 3 regions (anterior, middle, posterior) 

    ZO186A

    AMPHIOXUS, c.s. of female through the 3 regions 

    ZO0187

    Amphioxus, l.s.

    ZO187A

    Young amphioxus skin, v.s.

    ZO187B

    Amphioxus, pharynx posterior portion, t.s.

    ZO0188

    Amphioxus tail region, t.s.

    ZO188A

    Amphioxus intestinal region, t.s.

    ZO188B

    Amphioxus trunk region, t.s.

    ZO0189

    Dogfish skin, v.s.

    ZO189A

    Dogfish skin surface view, w.m.

    ZO189B

    Dogfish pharyngeal region, t.s.

    ZO0190

    Dogfish trunk region, t.s.

    ZO190A

    Dogfish tail region, t.s.

    ZO190B

    Frog skin v.s.

    ZO0191

    Tadpole skin, v.s.

    ZO191A

    Tadpole tail region, t.s.

    ZO191B

    Lizard skin, v.s.

    ZO0192

    Fish scaless skin, v.s.

    ZO192A

    Tilapia pharyngeal region, t.s.

    ZO192B

    Tail Region of Tilapia c.s.

    ZO0193

    Tilapia trunk region, t.s.

    ZO0200

    GANOID SCALE, w.m. of isolated scale of bonystructure 

    ZO0201

    PLACOID SCALE, w.m. 

    ZO0202

    CTENOID SCALE, w.m. showing charteristic spines ofdistal border 

    ZO202A

    Ganoid, cycloid & ctenoid scales

    ZO0203

    CYCLOID SCALE, w.m. of isolated scale showingcharacteristic smooth curve of the distal border 

    ZO0204

    SALMO SCALE,w.m. 

    ZO0205

    Mantid, leg parts

    ZO0206

    Water beetles, leg parts

    ZO0207

    Louse, leg parts

    ZO0209

    Scarab beetle

    ZO0210

    FEATHER (FILOPLUME), w.m. of the general structureof the hair feather 

    ZO0211

    CONTOUR FEATHER, w.m. of the general structure ofthe pennae 

    ZO0212

    DOWN FEATHER, w.m. of the general structure of theplumulae 

    ZO0213

    FEATHER COMPOSITE, w.m. of the three types,contour, down, and filoplume mounted together 

    ZO0214

    FISH GILL, section showing gill filaments 

    ZO0215

    FISH INTESTINE, section showing general structure 

    ZO0216

    FISH TAIL, section 


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    Assorted Slides

    ZOAZ01

    Hydra spermary l.s.

    ZOAZ02

    Ants w.m.

    ZOAZ04

    Cockroach antenna

    ZOAZ05

    Earthworm c.s. ovary

    ZOAZ06

    Earthworm c.s. testes

    ZOAZ07

    Phlebotomus sandfly, adult female

    ZOAZ08

    Phlebotomus sandfly, adult male

    ZOAZ09

    Lizard skin w.m.

    ZOAZ10

    Snake skin w.m.

    ZOAZ11

    Mealy bug. icerya aegyptiaca

    ZOAZ12

    Aphid w.m.

    ZOAZ50

    Scorpio w.m.

    ZOAZ51

    Shrimp w.m.

    ZOAZ52

    Crab w.m.

    ZOAZ53

    Crayfish w.m.

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