CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoUNIVERSITY 1437/1/3/22
TitleSlide showing stages of development of parasites.
DateLate 19th - early 20th century
Extent1 slide
DescriptionSlide shows 11 individual images of different species of flukes in different stages of development. Three larger images across the top of the slide with eight smaller images in two rows at the bottom of the slide.
Two of the three upper images have labels. Label below image on left reads, 'Fig.12. - Egg of the lung fluke showing the ovic cell and a number of vitelline or yelk cells. Note also the caporoperculum. x 1000. (After Katsurada, 1900, p.507, fig. 3.'
Label under image on right reads, 'Fig. 87. - Egg of Human Blood Fluke. (Schistosoma haematobium), with contained embryo passed in the urine. x 285. (After Looss, 1896, pl. 11, fig. 112).'
Eight images at bottom are labelled '51-58'.
Label below images reads, 'Figs. 51-58. - Eggs of Opisthorchis sinensis in different stages of development as found in the uterus. Note the operculum at one end. Greatly enlarged. (After Katsurada, 1900, pl. 13, figs. 2-9.'
Number '27' written on tape on top edge of slide.
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