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[This may not even be an animal]

[This is a free-swimming “sea-lily” (Crinoidea), probably Antedon. The weed seems to be a young Laminaria frond.]

[Fresh water bryozoan, with pictures of larval stages and ‘statoblasts’: disc-like resting stages from which new individuals develop.]

[Almost certainly Plumatella repens (Linnaeus, 1758).]

[Only skeletal material is visible; the zooids are presumably retracted.]

[This appears to be three views of a Rossia, probably R. macrosoma, in different stages of colour change.]

[Nais digitata is now Dero digitata Müller.]

Dr Segers identifies them as: (top right and lower left) two Macrochaetus collinsi, dorsal and lateral views; and three illustrations of Beauchampiella eudactylota; one dorsal, swimming; one lateral and one dorsal, contracted view.
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