Use your mouse to magnify this ctenophore, Beroe. It has 8 rows of ctenes (also called "comb rows") along its body. It also has a very large mouth (bottom left) for eating zooplankton, including other ctenophores! Mouse over the thumbnail images below to see a description of ctenophore body structures, then click the images to see the photomicrographs in more detail. You can use these images for our educational module Ctenophore Structures and Their Functions.