1. The oogenesis of Scolopendra has been worked out with vital dyes and the routine laboratory technique.
2. The Golgi elements exist in the form of vacuoles with watery and non-fatty contents.
3. The solid Golgi elements are artefacts due to the excessive precipitation of metallic osmium inside the vacuoles.
4. The Golgi crescents are either artefacts due to incomplete blackening of a vacuole, or they are simply the optical sections of an osmicated vacuole.
5. The Golgi vacuoles give rise to fatty yolk-vacuoles by a process of growth and deposition inside them of free fat not miscible with the general cytoplasm.
6. The mitochondrial granules form a complete ring round the nucleus of the youngest oocyte. Later they are uniformly distributed throughout the cytoplasm.
7. There are a few nucleolar extrusions but they disappear long before the albuminous yolk puts in its appearance de novo in the cytoplasm.