Microscopic Organisms : Protozoans
The large commonly studied amoeba. Use soon after arrival
A large pink ciliate.
Contains: Paramecium Caudatum, Paramecium Bursaria, Blepharisma, Stentor, Vorticella, and Spirostomum, each in an individual jar for 25-30 students.
Contains: Euglena, Peranema, Volvox, Eudorina, Chlamydamonas, and Gonium. Each in an individual jar for 25-30 students.
Contains: Amoeba, Paramecium, Rotifers, Hydra, Vinegar Eels, Planaria, Daphnia, and Cyclops. Each in an individual jar for 25-30 students.
Contains: Amoeba, Paramecium, Rotifers, Hydra, Vinegar Eels, Planaria, Daphnia, and Cyclops, each in an individual jar for 25-30 students.
For slowing protozoa.
Blepharisma, Volvox, and Vinegar Eels. Each in an individual jar for 25-30 students
A mixture of Amoebas.
Contains a variety of pond water protozoans. We will include up to 6 genera at your request.
A small green paramecium which exhibits a symbiotic relationship with a green algae. (Zoochlorellae)
The large commonly studied paramecium.
(Chaos chaos) The giant Amoeba
Has two flagella, one of which is easily observed.
|Pond Water Mixture||
Contains a mixture of plants and animals commonly found in ponds such as Protozoans, Rotifers, Algae, Crustacea, and small worms.
This, along with wheat or rice, is the medium we use for culturing most of our protozoa. Supplied as a concentrate, dilute 9:1 with distilled water.
Usually of mixture of several species.
A long slender ciliate.
Coeruleus is usually the species. Blue green in color.
or similar stalked ciliate.
Preheated, use for culturing Paramecium and many other ciliates.