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Leptothrix epidermidis. Biz.
IV. Agar stab culture, two days at 22°. Surface growth.
V. Agar plate, two days at 22o. Natural size.
VI. Agar plate, two days at 22° X 90. Part of a superficial colony.
VII. Agar plate, two days at 22o. X 90. Deep colony. VIII. Gelatin plate, two days at 22°. Natural size.
IX. Gelatin plate, one day at 22°: (e) Superficial, (i) deep colony.
X. Potato culture, three days at 22o. Natural size.
XI. Microscopic preparation. Pure culture on agar, two days at 22°. X 1000. Stained with fuchsin.
XII. Microscopic preparation. Bouillon culture in hanging drop, two days at 22°. X about 1000.
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