. A manual of zoology. Zoology. IV. CILIATA: HTOTRICHA, SUCTORIA 197 folding in the anterior end. Vorlicella* is solitary; Carchcsiiinr' forms colonies with branched stalks; Zoothamnion/' colonies imbedded in a common jelly; Epistylis* (fig. 52), branched colonies with rigid stalks. The fantastic Ophryoscohx, Cydoposthium, etc., are parasites in the stomach of ruminants. Order IV. Hypotricha. In this order the body is more or less flattened and ventral and dorsal sur- faces are differentiated. The back lacks cilia, but often bears spines and bristles. On the ventral side are several longitudi

. A manual of zoology. Zoology. IV. CILIATA: HTOTRICHA, SUCTORIA 197 folding in the anterior end. Vorlicella* is solitary; Carchcsiiinr' forms colonies with branched stalks; Zoothamnion/' colonies imbedded in a common jelly; Epistylis* (fig. 52), branched colonies with rigid stalks. The fantastic Ophryoscohx, Cydoposthium, etc., are parasites in the stomach of ruminants. Order IV. Hypotricha. In this order the body is more or less flattened and ventral and dorsal sur- faces are differentiated. The back lacks cilia, but often bears spines and bristles. On the ventral side are several longitudi Stock Photo
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. A manual of zoology. Zoology. IV. CILIATA: HTOTRICHA, SUCTORIA 197 folding in the anterior end. Vorlicella* is solitary; Carchcsiiinr' forms colonies with branched stalks; Zoothamnion/' colonies imbedded in a common jelly; Epistylis* (fig. 52), branched colonies with rigid stalks. The fantastic Ophryoscohx, Cydoposthium, etc., are parasites in the stomach of ruminants. Order IV. Hypotricha. In this order the body is more or less flattened and ventral and dorsal sur- faces are differentiated. The back lacks cilia, but often bears spines and bristles. On the ventral side are several longitudinal rows of cilia, and also straight spines and hooked cirri composed of united cilia, of use in creeping. The cilia are. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Hertwig, Richard, 1850-1937; Kingsley, J. S. (John Sterling), 1854-1929, ed. and tr. New York, H. Holt

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