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Some Protozoa from the Soils and Mosses of Spitsbergen. Results of the Oxford University Expedition to Spitsbergen, No. 27.
The protozoa contained in 3 samples of mud, 8 samples of soil, and 14 samples of mosses from Spitsbergen have been investigated and seven new species of flagellates are described, of which however five have also been found in soils from non-arctic regions. Expand
An illustrated guide to the freshwater fishes of the Sudan
Coloured illustrations by Mrs. J.M. Stubbs. With 14 plates (9 in colour), 8vo., pp. 61, publisher's printed wrappers, author's presentation copy.
A Quantitative Investigation of the Bacterial and Protozoan Population of the Soil, with an Account of the Protozoan Fauna
To Martin and Lewin (28) must be ascribed the distinction of first showing that amœbae and flagellates are present in field soil in a trophic condition. Expand
Occurrence of Zelleriella, an Opalinid Ciliate, in South Africa
THE fauna and flora of the southern extremity of Africa present a number of striking resemblances to those of South America on one hand and Australia on the other. I have recently come across anExpand
Notes on african opalinids (Protozoa, Opalinata). I Zelleriella spp
  • H. Sandon
  • Biology
  • Systematic Parasitology
  • 1 April 1980
The evidence that there are two types of longitudinal fission among the Zelleriellas is discussed, and the features by which the body-form of a species ofZelleriella may be described are defined and compared with those of Opalina and Protoopalina. Expand
Pseudopodial Movements of Foraminifera
The time is ripe for a careful re-examination of the different types of pseudopodia, especially in rhizopods in which locomotion by creeping is less well developed. Expand
30. Differential Growth in the Crab Ocypoda
The results previously obtained by Huxley for O. ceratophthalma were confirmed as regards the negative heterogony of the walking-legs with respect to the carapace, the presence of a centre of low growth-potential in the merus of these legs and the complex nature of the growth-gradient in them. Expand