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Dead Lang's short-tailed blue butterfly (Leptotes pirithous) in a river with bacterial film, Los Alcornocales Natural Park, Southern Spain, September. - Andres M. Dominguez
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Andres M. Dominguez / Dead Lang's short-tailed blue butterfly (Leptotes pirithous) in a river with bacterial film, Los Alcornocales Natural Park, Southern Spain, September.
Dead Lang's short-tailed blue butterfly (Leptotes pirithous) in a river with bacterial film, Los Alcornocales Natural Park, Southern Spain, September. - Andres M. Dominguez
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Andres M. Dominguez / Dead Lang's short-tailed blue butterfly (Leptotes pirithous) in a river with bacterial film, Los Alcornocales Natural Park, Southern Spain, September.
Bacterial blight (Xanthomonas oryzae pv oryzae) disease lesions on Rice (Oryza sativa) crop, Luzon, Philippines - Nigel Cattlin
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Nigel Cattlin / Bacterial blight (Xanthomonas oryzae pv oryzae) disease lesions on Rice (Oryza sativa) crop, Luzon, Philippines
Bacterial shot hole (Pseudomonas syringae) affected leaves of laurel, Prunus laurocerasus, in a garden hedge, Berkshire, England, UK. May. - Nigel Cattlin
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Nigel Cattlin / Bacterial shot hole (Pseudomonas syringae) affected leaves of laurel, Prunus laurocerasus, in a garden hedge, Berkshire, England, UK. May.
Bacteria (Lepthotryx discophora) causing iridescent patterns and White willow tree leaf (Salix alba) in river, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, southern Spain, November. - Andres M. Dominguez
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Andres M. Dominguez / Bacteria (Lepthotryx discophora) causing iridescent patterns and White willow tree leaf (Salix alba) in river, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, southern Spain, November.
Timelapse of filaments of Oscillatoria, a type of Blue green algae gliding over each other, filmed using differential interference contrast. - SINCLAIR STAMMERS
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SINCLAIR STAMMERS / Timelapse of filaments of Oscillatoria, a type of Blue green algae gliding over each other, filmed using differential interference contrast.
Ciliate protozoan (Blepharisma japonicum) swimming through clumps of bacteria. - SINCLAIR STAMMERS
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SINCLAIR STAMMERS / Ciliate protozoan (Blepharisma japonicum) swimming through clumps of bacteria.
A hot spring in the West Thumb Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The colors are a result of thermophilic bacteria living in the hot springs. December 2010. - Floris  van Breugel
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Floris van Breugel / A hot spring in the West Thumb Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The colors are a result of thermophilic bacteria living in the hot springs. December 2010.
Bacteria - iron and manganese oxidizers and their complementary reducers, in the mud of an empty fish pond, Upper Lusatia Heath and Pond Landscape, Upper Lusatia UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Germany - Dr.  Axel Gebauer
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Dr. Axel Gebauer / Bacteria - iron and manganese oxidizers and their complementary reducers, in the mud of an empty fish pond, Upper Lusatia Heath and Pond Landscape, Upper Lusatia UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Germany
Aerial view of Grand Prismatic thermal spring in Yellowstone National Park, USA. The bright colours are natural, coming from thermophile bacteria in the water. People can be seen walking on the raised... - Paul D Stewart
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Paul D Stewart / Aerial view of Grand Prismatic thermal spring in Yellowstone National Park, USA. The bright colours are natural, coming from thermophile bacteria in the water. People can be seen walking on the raised...
Micrococcus Bacteria on agar. Micrococcus is a gram-positive, aerobic prokaryote that is relatively harmless to humans. It forms either pairs or, as seen here, clusters. SEM X21,000 - Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Micrococcus Bacteria on agar. Micrococcus is a gram-positive, aerobic prokaryote that is relatively harmless to humans. It forms either pairs or, as seen here, clusters. SEM X21,000
Dead Thermal Spider encased in thermophilic bacteria in hot Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, October - Jeff Vanuga
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Jeff Vanuga / Dead Thermal Spider encased in thermophilic bacteria in hot Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, October
A hot spring ringed by thermophilic bacteria in the vast caldera of the Uzon Volcano, Kronotsky Zapovednik, Kamchatka, Far East Russia . - Igor Shpilenok
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Igor Shpilenok / A hot spring ringed by thermophilic bacteria in the vast caldera of the Uzon Volcano, Kronotsky Zapovednik, Kamchatka, Far East Russia .
Velikan (or "Giant") Geyser, the largest geyser on Kamchatka, periodically shooting to a height of a nine-story building and releasing 30 tons of water per minute. Colonies of thermophilic bacteria co... - Igor Shpilenok
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Igor Shpilenok / Velikan (or "Giant") Geyser, the largest geyser on Kamchatka, periodically shooting to a height of a nine-story building and releasing 30 tons of water per minute. Colonies of thermophilic bacteria co...
Murrays abyssal anglerfish (Melanocetus murrayi) Atlantic ocean. A deep-sea fish with bioluminescent lure used to attract prey. The bioluminescence is produced by symbiotic bacteria; these bacteria ar... - Solvin Zankl
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Solvin Zankl / Murrays abyssal anglerfish (Melanocetus murrayi) Atlantic ocean. A deep-sea fish with bioluminescent lure used to attract prey. The bioluminescence is produced by symbiotic bacteria; these bacteria ar...
Soda crust on Lake Natron, Tanzania, coloured red by alkali cyanobacteria, breeding site of endangered Lesser Flamingo - Owen Newman
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Owen Newman / Soda crust on Lake Natron, Tanzania, coloured red by alkali cyanobacteria, breeding site of endangered Lesser Flamingo
Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) drooling, the lizard's saliva is high in bacteria and bites quickly become infected, Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia - Cyril Ruoso
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Cyril Ruoso / Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) drooling, the lizard's saliva is high in bacteria and bites quickly become infected, Rinca Island, Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Mosquito laying eggs in a river with Bacteria (Leptothrix sp.) Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Cadiz, Spain. October. - Andres M. Dominguez
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Andres M. Dominguez / Mosquito laying eggs in a river with Bacteria (Leptothrix sp.) Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Cadiz, Spain. October.
Broad bean (Vicia faba) roots with root nodules formed by Bacteria (Rhizobium sp) for nitrogen fixation. - Nigel Cattlin
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Nigel Cattlin / Broad bean (Vicia faba) roots with root nodules formed by Bacteria (Rhizobium sp) for nitrogen fixation.
Creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense) with chlorosis caused by PST bacteria (Pseudomonas syringae pv tagetis). Dorset, England, UK. October. - Nigel Cattlin
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Nigel Cattlin / Creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense) with chlorosis caused by PST bacteria (Pseudomonas syringae pv tagetis). Dorset, England, UK. October.
Creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense) with chlorosis caused by PST bacteria (Pseudomonas syringae pv tagetis). Dorset, England, UK. October. - Nigel Cattlin
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Nigel Cattlin / Creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense) with chlorosis caused by PST bacteria (Pseudomonas syringae pv tagetis). Dorset, England, UK. October.
Creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense) with leaf chlorosis caused by Bacteria (Pseudomonas syringae pv tagetis). Berkshire England, UK. June. - Nigel Cattlin
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Nigel Cattlin / Creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense) with leaf chlorosis caused by Bacteria (Pseudomonas syringae pv tagetis). Berkshire England, UK. June.
?Researcher Ida Lundback (right), with the assistance of volunteer Naomi Wells (left), prepares to take a faecal sample from a captured Little Blue Penguin (Eudyptula minor) before returning it back t... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / ?Researcher Ida Lundback (right), with the assistance of volunteer Naomi Wells (left), prepares to take a faecal sample from a captured Little Blue Penguin (Eudyptula minor) before returning it back t...
Red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) in blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland. October 2018. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) in blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland. October 2018.
Black-crowned night-heron (Nycticorax nycticorax) juvenile preening whilst standing on log. Toxin forming Blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana) in water behind. Maryland. October 2018. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Black-crowned night-heron (Nycticorax nycticorax) juvenile preening whilst standing on log. Toxin forming Blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana) in water behind. Maryland. October 2018.
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) amongst leaves in blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) amongst leaves in blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) amongst leaves in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) amongst leaves in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
Coloured film on water surface caused by chemoautotrophic bacteria that oxidise iron and manganese ions in the water. Thursley National Nature Reserve, Thursley, Surrey, England, UK. June. - Adrian Davies
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Adrian Davies / Coloured film on water surface caused by chemoautotrophic bacteria that oxidise iron and manganese ions in the water. Thursley National Nature Reserve, Thursley, Surrey, England, UK. June.
Ephydrid fly on algae mat, hot spring eaten by the wolf spider in hot spring run off. Yellowstone National Park, USA, July. - Jeff Foott
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Jeff Foott / Ephydrid fly on algae mat, hot spring eaten by the wolf spider in hot spring run off. Yellowstone National Park, USA, July.
Wolf Spider, (Lycosidae) in hot spring, on Bacterial mat, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, June. - Jeff Foott
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Jeff Foott / Wolf Spider, (Lycosidae) in hot spring, on Bacterial mat, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, June.
Wolf spider (Lycosidae) with captured fly on algae mat in hot springs run off, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA. September. - Jeff Foott
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Jeff Foott / Wolf spider (Lycosidae) with captured fly on algae mat in hot springs run off, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA. September.
Wolf spider, (Lycosidae) in hot spring, on Bacterial mat, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, September. - Jeff Foott
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Jeff Foott / Wolf spider, (Lycosidae) in hot spring, on Bacterial mat, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, September.
Long and multiple exposure revealing a shoal of Two-fin flashlightfish (Anomalops katoptron) inside a cave, showing the characteristic flashing of their bioluminescent organs as they swim. These fish... - Alex Mustard
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Alex Mustard / Long and multiple exposure revealing a shoal of Two-fin flashlightfish (Anomalops katoptron) inside a cave, showing the characteristic flashing of their bioluminescent organs as they swim. These fish...
Blue Green algae on the shores of Lake Windermere, Ambleside, Lake District, UK. Blue Green algae is toxic and is becoming far more frequent as temperatures rise due to climate change. June 2014 - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Blue Green algae on the shores of Lake Windermere, Ambleside, Lake District, UK. Blue Green algae is toxic and is becoming far more frequent as temperatures rise due to climate change. June 2014
Ciliate protozoa (Paramecium) undergoing fission. First the micronuclei divide and redistribute throughout the cytoplasm and then the macronucleus forms two distinct halves. SEM X78 - Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Ciliate protozoa (Paramecium) undergoing fission. First the micronuclei divide and redistribute throughout the cytoplasm and then the macronucleus forms two distinct halves. SEM X78
Protozoa (Paramecium sonneborni) showing the oral apparatus and the cilia. SEM X1500 - Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Protozoa (Paramecium sonneborni) showing the oral apparatus and the cilia. SEM X1500
Iridescent bacteria on ice, Upper Lusatia  Germany, December. - Dr.  Axel Gebauer
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Dr. Axel Gebauer / Iridescent bacteria on ice, Upper Lusatia Germany, December.
Natural oil released from dead Copepods under anoxic conditions on a back marsh, Upton Warren flash pool, Worcestershire, England, August 2017. - Will Watson
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Will Watson / Natural oil released from dead Copepods under anoxic conditions on a back marsh, Upton Warren flash pool, Worcestershire, England, August 2017.
Natural oil released from dead Copepods under anoxic conditions on a back marsh, Upton Warren flash pool, Worcestershire, England, UK, August. - Will Watson
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Will Watson / Natural oil released from dead Copepods under anoxic conditions on a back marsh, Upton Warren flash pool, Worcestershire, England, UK, August.
Anoxic mud with Cynobacteria and rivulets of black anoxic bacteria on the edge of Upton Warren saline flash pool, Worcestershire, England, UK, August. - Will Watson
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Will Watson / Anoxic mud with Cynobacteria and rivulets of black anoxic bacteria on the edge of Upton Warren saline flash pool, Worcestershire, England, UK, August.
Ribbons of Filamentous bacteria (Beggiatoa sp.) Salin de Giraud, Camargue, France. - Jean E. Roche
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Jean E. Roche / Ribbons of Filamentous bacteria (Beggiatoa sp.) Salin de Giraud, Camargue, France.
Bacterial biofilm and hydrogen sulfide on the bottom of the river Rhone. Alps, France, April. - Remi Masson
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Remi Masson / Bacterial biofilm and hydrogen sulfide on the bottom of the river Rhone. Alps, France, April.
European beewolf (Philanthus triangulum) female grooming antennae. The antennae of these species has symbiotic bacteria living in the antennae gland. In females, these glands are involved in the prese... - Milan  Radisics
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Milan Radisics / European beewolf (Philanthus triangulum) female grooming antennae. The antennae of these species has symbiotic bacteria living in the antennae gland. In females, these glands are involved in the prese...
European beewolf (Philanthus triangulum) grooming antennae. The antennae of these species has symbiotic bacteria living in the antennae gland. In females, these glands are involved in the preservation... - Milan  Radisics
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Milan Radisics / European beewolf (Philanthus triangulum) grooming antennae. The antennae of these species has symbiotic bacteria living in the antennae gland. In females, these glands are involved in the preservation...
Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, January.  The colours are from coloured cyanobacteria and algae that survive in the hot geothermal waters. - Connor Stefanison
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Connor Stefanison / Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, January. The colours are from coloured cyanobacteria and algae that survive in the hot geothermal waters.
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