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The outer retina of the smelt Osmerus eperlanus, a visually orientated plankton feeder, of Lake Hiidenvesi (Finland), was examined using both light and transmission electron microscopy. Apart from rods, six morphologically different cone photoreceptor types were identified: short single cones,...
The nervous systems of three macrodasyidan gastrotrichs, Dactylopodola baltica, Macrodasys caudatus and Dolichodasys elongatus, were investigated using immunocytochemistry and electron microscopy. Labelling of neural structures against serotonin revealed the presence of two pairs of cerebral...
This study surveys the external morphology of the mouthparts in the guild of spore‐feeders among the coleopterous superfamily Staphylinoidea, evaluating the influence of different phylogenetic and ecological starting points on the formation of their mouthparts. Our emphasis is on a scanning...
As an adaptation to their endoparasitic lifestyle, Acanthocephala (Palaeacanthocephala, Eoacanthocephala, Polyacanthocephala, Archiacanthocephala) have evolved a highly specialized reproductive system. Most of our present knowledge of the efferent duct system of the female is based on...
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