Acetabularia, a marine species with an umbrella-shaped thallus w.m.
Bryopsis, marine green algae w.m.
Bulbochaete, sessile filaments w.m.
Carteria, unicellular algae with four flagella w.m.
Chaetophora, thallus with many branches w.m.
Chlamydomonas, small biflagellate algae w.m.
Chlamydomonas, specially stained to show the flagella
Chlorella, small unicellular green algae, w.m.
Chlorococcus, living on ground, hollowsphere-shaped chloroplasts
Cladophora, branching filaments with multinucleate cells w.m.
Coelastrum, cell colonies w.m.
Coleochaete, a soil species w.m.
Draparnaldia, main filaments and clusters of branches w.m.
Dysmorphococcus, flagellate algae with shells w.m.
Enteromorpha, seaweed, inflated narrow frond w.m.
Eremosphaera, large unicellular green algae w.m.
Eudorina, spherical colonies of thirty-two cells w.m.
Gonium pectorale, plate-like colonial forms w.m.
Gonium sp., specially stained to show the flagella
Haematococcus, unicellular red biflagellate algae w.m.
Hydrodictyon, water net alga, w.m.
Mixed flagellates, many different species for comparison w.m.
Mixed green algae, many different species for comparison w.m.
Oedogonium, a common filamentous green alga without branches, vegetative filaments w.m.
Oedogonium, macrandrous with oogonia w.m.
Oedogonium, nannandrous with dwarf males w.m.
Pandorina, spherical colonies of sixteen cells or smaller w.m.
Pediastrum, star-shaped flat colonies w.m.
Pithophora, branched tropic green algae w.m.
Platydorina, horseshoe-shaped coenobium showing the flagella w.m.
Pleodorina, colonies with cells of different size w.m.
Pleurococcus (Protococcus), small colonies growing on bark, w.m.
Protosiphon, living on ground, with rhizoids w.m.
Scenedesmus, colonies of four cells w.m.
Stigeoclonium, main filaments and simple branches w.m.
Tetracystis, earth algae, groups of four cells w.m.
Tetraspora, cells in a gelatinous layer w.m.
Ulothrix, simple filaments with girdle-shaped chloroplasts w.m.
Ulva, sea lettuce, a marine green alga, w.m. of thallus
Ulva, w.m. of thallus with developing gametes
Vaucheria geminata, sexual stages on lateral branches w.m.
Vaucheria sessilis, showing sexual stages w.m.
Volvox, flattened and specially stained to show flagella
Volvox, spherical colonies with daughter colonies and sexual stages w.m.