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Protozoa from the gut of the wood-feeding cockroach

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Protozoa from the gut of the wood-feeding cockroach Cryptocercus punctulatus.
A, Eucomonympha imla, female above, male below, c. X 375. (From Cleveland [1950c].)
B, Barbulanympha sp. (From Cleveland [1953].)
C, Urinympha talea, c. X 712. (From Cleveland [1951a].)
D, Rhynchonympha tarda, c. X 450. (From Cleveland [1952].)
E, Trichonympha okolona or T. algoa, c. X 390.

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The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches
Author: Louis M. Roth and Edwin R. Willis
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