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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.
Aerial view of salt pans coloured red by cyanobacteria, Lake Natron, Rift Valley, Tanzania, August 2009 - Juan Carlos Munoz
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Juan Carlos Munoz / Aerial view of salt pans coloured red by cyanobacteria, Lake Natron, Rift Valley, Tanzania, August 2009
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...
Light photomicrograph of Blue green algae / Cyanobacteria (Nostoc sp) capable of nitrogen fixation, and used for soil enrichment especially with rice cultivation. The long filaments are composed of in... - SINCLAIR STAMMERS
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SINCLAIR STAMMERS / Light photomicrograph of Blue green algae / Cyanobacteria (Nostoc sp) capable of nitrogen fixation, and used for soil enrichment especially with rice cultivation. The long filaments are composed of in...
Phase contrast photomicrograph of Blue green alga / Cyanobacteria (Spirulina platensis) each algal filament or Trichome is 5 microns in diameter. - SINCLAIR STAMMERS
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SINCLAIR STAMMERS / Phase contrast photomicrograph of Blue green alga / Cyanobacteria (Spirulina platensis) each algal filament or Trichome is 5 microns in diameter.
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
Living Stromatolite - Limestone accretion formed by cyanobacteria - Shark Bay, Western Australia - Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Living Stromatolite - Limestone accretion formed by cyanobacteria - Shark Bay, Western Australia
Thrombolites and stromatolites, layered mounds of sedimentary rock originally formed from the growth of layers of cyanobacteria. On shore of Lago Sarmiento, Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia,... - Nick Garbutt
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Nick Garbutt / Thrombolites and stromatolites, layered mounds of sedimentary rock originally formed from the growth of layers of cyanobacteria. On shore of Lago Sarmiento, Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia,...
Thrombolites and stromatolites, layered mounds of sedimentary rock originally formed from the growth of layers of cyanobacteria. On shore of Lago Sarmiento, Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia,... - Nick Garbutt
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Nick Garbutt / Thrombolites and stromatolites, layered mounds of sedimentary rock originally formed from the growth of layers of cyanobacteria. On shore of Lago Sarmiento, Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia,...
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.
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
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Water reflections in the Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site,... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Water reflections in the Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site,...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, at nigh with milky way. Beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, K... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, at nigh with milky way. Beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, K...
Wide angle view of canyon in Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Si... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Wide angle view of canyon in Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Si...
Dark bands, formed by cyanobacteria on beehive shaped  karst sandstone  formation.  Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Australia. June 2016. - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Dark bands, formed by cyanobacteria on beehive shaped karst sandstone formation. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Australia. June 2016.
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Austra...
Road towards Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, W... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Road towards Bungle Bungle Range, beehive shaped karst sandstone formation formed by erosion, with dark lines formed by cyanobacteria. Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, W...
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.
Fossil stromatolite from Cretaceous age, 145-65 million years ago, Merzouga, Khenifra province, Morocco - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Fossil stromatolite from Cretaceous age, 145-65 million years ago, Merzouga, Khenifra province, Morocco
Fossil Stromatolites, also called microbial carbonates are among the oldest forms of the Earth life. This sample is from Torgo River Basin, Russia. Precambrian period. - John Cancalosi
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John Cancalosi / Fossil Stromatolites, also called microbial carbonates are among the oldest forms of the Earth life. This sample is from Torgo River Basin, Russia. Precambrian period.
Diver exploring carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Diver exploring carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Diver exploring carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Diver exploring carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Carpet of dying filamentous algae and cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Diver exploring sick sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria and filamentous algae, Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Diver exploring sick sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria and filamentous algae, Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Diver exploring sick sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. Model released. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Diver exploring sick sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. Model released.
Sick freshwater sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Sick freshwater sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria , Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. July 2015.
Sick sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria, Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. December. - Olga Kamenskaya
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Olga Kamenskaya / Sick sponge, stricken by a Cyanobacteria, Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia. December.
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