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Microscopic views of three different species of rotifer.
Figure 1-5 Epiphanes senta Muller (here styled Hydátina Sénta)
Figure 6 Rhinops vitreus Hudson (here styled Rhinops vitrea)
Figure 7-13 Epiphanes brachionus Ehrenberg (here styled Nótops brachíonus)
Species listed on facing page ‘1. Hydátina Sénta dorsal view. 2. central (a young specimen) 3. male. 4. side view (female) 5. do. invested with a fungal growth. 6. Rhinops vitrea central view. 7. side view 8. mastax (jaws) 9. end of proboscis, with eyes, & their nerve threads. 10. Nótops brachíonus dorsal view 11. central view 12. male 13. a frontal cushion bearing styles [?]’
Illustration from The original drawings of the Rotifer by Charles Thomas Hudson, 1886. A collaborative work with Philip Henry Gosse which was published in two volumes The Rotifera or Wheel-Animalcules (London 1886).