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Slide set: [Manchester Museum Collection: miscellaneous pictures of marine life] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 25 slides, n.d.)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
[1]
Flying fish, Red Sea 1907
Slide 1158
Marine nomenclature
[3]
Eroded Inshore reef, Thursday Island
[4]
Coral
[5]
[Deep sea diver descending from boat]
[6]
[Person in boat using device to view underwater life]
[7]
[Drawing of various fish swimming]
Slide 12
Coral (red)
[9]
Section of Barrier Reef / Section of an Atoll
Slide 56
Coral Atoll
Slide 54
Foraminifera -- March Silt
Slide 60
Red Coral from [illegible]
Slide 59
Coral -- Galaxea hystri.
Slide 58
Radiolaria Magnified
Slide 55
Foraminifera -- Magnified
Slide 64
Arenicola: Burrows and Casts
[17]
[Group of seahorses]
[18]
Spider crabs (M and F)
[19]
Sea Squirt -- Torquay
[20]
[Drawing of various fish swimming]
Slide 56
Types of Cones, Shells
Slide 82
Life in the sea
[23]
Monkfish or Angel Fish
[24]
Sea Anemones
[25]
[Man on boat holding flying fish]
Lucerna ID  3009163

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 25 August 2017

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