CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoUNIVERSITY 1437/1/3/27
TitleSlide showing image of 'The large human fluke'.
DateLate 19th - early 20th century
Extent1 slide
DescriptionSlide shows diagrammatic engraving of 'The large human fluke'.
Diagram is labelled with letters, label below diagram reads, 'Fig. 2. - The large human fluke (Distoma crassum). a, Oral sucker; b, intestine; c, caecal end of same; d, reproductive papilla; e, uterine rosette (the folds of which are not branched); f, one of the folds (in profile); g, vitellarium; h, hernial protrusion (the result of an injury to the specimen); i, upper testis; streaks or layers of seminal fluid which have escaped by rupture and assumed a branch appearance; k, lower testis uninjured (but slightly altered in outline by dattening; l, ventral sucker.'
From the 'Parasites and Their Hosts' series.
Small round sticker in upper right corner, '16'.
Label in upper left corner reads, 'Laurie, London'.
Number '24' written on tape on top edge of slide.
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