Drawings of animalcules from Leeuwenhoeks letter th September to the Royal Society in London in which he describes what he saw when he mixed white matter from between his cleaned teeth with rain water examined it under his microscopes The animalcules are now identified as types of bacteria A is a motile bacillus B Selenomonas buccalis the track of its movement C to D E Micrococci F Leptothrix buccalis G A spirochaete probably Spirochaeta buccalis the largest one occuring in the mouth Figure F does not appear in the original letter It was published in a Latin edition of Leeuwenhoeks work titled Arcana Naturae Detecta
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