Abyla pentagona' Adolf Sauer
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Anatomical studies of the marine siphonophore Bassia bassensis (here referred to as Abyla pentagona) a pelagic colony of zooids. Twelve structural figures including a main study of the whole colony (figure 1) at x3 magnification (‘ungefähr 3 mal vergrößert’) and with corresponding anatomical details (figures 2-12).
Plate 10 from the book Die schwimmpolypen oder siphonophoren von Messina by Albert Kölliker (Wilhelm Engelmann, Leipzig, 1853)
- Image reference: RS-11930
- ©The Royal Society
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