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P. lutheri
P. lutheri
Description A series of almost horizontal sections through male copulatory organ. In fig. 8, note secondary fold in the pseudo-ductus ejaculatorius and the small size of the female genital canal (fgc) where it enters the superior genital atrium (sga). In fig 9, note introverted portion of the diaphragm (di) and the muscle-like appearance of the striations of th e'Plasmamasse' which seem to be attached to the definitive ductus ejaculatorius (de1). Beauchamp's fluid. Delafield's haematoxylin and eosin (x360) Author Gilbert, 1937 PNG file - 328.03 kB - 800 x 1 397 pixels added on 2017-04-07150 viewsTurbellarians taxaScan of photo Phaenocora lutheri Gilbert, 1937checked Tyler, Seth 2017-04-07 Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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