Some historical specimens of rotifers examined by scanning electron microscopy
Scanning electron micrographs have been prepared of two species of rotifer, Floscularia ringens (Linnaeus, 1758) and Asplanchna priodonta Gosse, 1850, from specimens stored in the collections of the British Museum (Natural History) for over seventy years. It is believed that these include the first scanning electron micrographs of a sessile rotifer.
Keywordsrotifers scanning electron microscopy Floscularia ringens Asplanchna priodonta
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