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Spirillum rubrum. Von Esmarch.
I. Agar stab culture, ten days at 22o.
II. Agar streak culture, twenty days at 22o.

III. Agar plate, five days at 22o. X 60. (e) Superficial, (i) deep colonies.

IV. Gelatin plate, seven days at 22o. X 60. (e) Superficial, (i) deep colonies.

V. Microscopic preparation Pure culture from bouillon, diluted ten times; two days at 37° X 1000, Stained with fuchsin.

V A. Flagella preparation of spirillum rubrum. X 1000. Stained according to Löffler.

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Spirillum concentricum. Kitasato. VI. Agar plate, seven days at 22o. X 60. (e) Superficial, (i) deep colonies.

VII. Gelatin plate, three days at 22° X 60. (e) Superficial, (i) deep colonies. VIII. Agar plate, seven days at 22o. Natural size.

IX. Microscopic preparation. Pure culture in bouillon, two days at 37° X 1000. Stained with fuchsin.

Spirilla. I. Spirillum serpens Müller. With difficulty staining protoplasmic border. x about 1000. Stained with fuchsin. Copied after Zettnow (C. B. x, Taf. 5).

II. Spirilla from Nasal Mucus. Smear preparation with two cells. X about 1000. Copied after Weibel (C.B. II, p. 468, Fig. 1).

III. Spirilla from Nasal Mucus. Agar plate. Pure culture. X about 1000. (Copied C. B. II, p. 468, Fig. 2.)

IV. Spirilla from Nasal Mucus. Gelatin plate. Pure culture. X about 1000. (Copied C. B. II, p. 468, Fig. 3.)

V. Spirillum undula Müller. With flagella. X about 800. Copied after Löffler (C. B. vi, Taf. 1, Fig. 2).

VI. Vibrio spermatozoides Löffler. X about 1000. Copied after Löffler (C. B. vii, Taf. ii, Fig. 7).

VII. Spirochæte from Mucus of the Mouth. . (Copied after Löffler: Bakterien, Taf. 1, Fig. 4.)

VIII. Spirochæte Obermeieri Cohn. Smear preparation from human blood. (Copied after Fränkel and Pfeiffer, Atlas, No. 134.)

IX. Spirilla of relapsing fever. Human blood. Spirilla grouped in the form of a star. (Copied after M. J. Soudakewitsch: Annales de l'instit. Pasteur, Bd. v, 1891, p. 514, plate 14, Fig. 1.)

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