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The sediment contains a few hyaline and finely granular casts and an occasional red blood-cell.
When well stained, a delicate hyaline peripheral zone can be distinguished.
It makes its way into a red corpuscle, where it appears as a small, pale "hyaline" body.
Then fibrin and hyaline tissue are stained deep blue, whilst bacteria which "stain Gram" appear of a deep blue-violet colour.
Its wings are hyaline, the thorax has five black spots, and the abdomen three rows of similar spots.
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Its forehead is silvery at the front and sides; the abdomen is edged with black; the wings hyaline, and yellow at the base.
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The elytra and the wings are hyaline, or glassy, and their veins alternately yellow and brown.
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The ectocyst is hyaline and as a rule absolutely colourless.
Spores of Bacidia fuscorubella to illustrate the several-celled, hyaline, acicular type.
OHIO BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, BULL. 10, VOL. 11, NO. 6BRUCE FINK AND LEAFY J. CORRINGTON
Spores of Biatorina chalybeia to illustrate the 2-celled, hyaline type.
OHIO BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, BULL. 10, VOL. 11, NO. 6BRUCE FINK AND LEAFY J. CORRINGTON

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