15 Microscope Slides:
1(d). Chiton sp., t.s. of body
2(e). Anodonta, mussel, t.s. of body
3(d). Mya arenaria, clam, t.s. and l.s. of gills with ciliated epithelium
4(d). Mussel, t.s. of siphonal tube
5(d). Mya arenaria, clam, adductor muscle of shell, l.s.
6(e). Pecten, t.s. of mantle margin showing primitive eye
7(e). Anodonta, glochidia (larvae) w.m.
8(d). Snail, typical t.s. of small specimen for general study
9(c). Helix, snail, t.s. of lung cavity
10(c). Helix, snail, t.s. of digestive gland (liver)
11(c). Helix, snail, t.s. of kidney
12(d). Helix, snail, t.s. of hermaphrodite gland
13(f). Helix, snail, l.s. of tentacle showing lens eye
14(f). Alloteuthis, young cuttlefish, l.s.
15(d). Octopus, cuttlefish, section through sucking tube.