Algae*** from Beaver Reservoir, Arkansas, 2007
Russell G. Rhodes, Department of Biology, Missouri State University
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|Table 1. Algae* from Station 3E, collected on September 7, 2007.|
|Biddulphia 400x (phase)||Cosmarium 1000x||Cryptomonas with flagella 1000x||Cylindrospermopsis 1000x|
|Cylindrospermopsis** with terminal heterocyst 400x||Cylindrospermopsis with terminal heterocyst 1000x||Cylindrospermopsis (upper corner) and Raphidiopsis (lower corner) 400x||Lyngbya with sheath 400x|
|Cylindrospermopsis with terminal heterocyst 400x||Cylindrospermopsis with terminal heterocyst 1000x||Cylindrospermopsis with terminal heterocyst 1000x||Phacus 1000x|
|Cyclotella (small form) 1000x||Euglena 400x||Eunotia 1000x|
|The distance between each line is 10 microns and the image is 400x.||The distance between each line is 10 microns and the image is 1000x.|
*The images were taken of preserved algal specimens (Lugol's Iodine) and the thumbnails can be used to go to full images all at either 400x or 1000x. A scale for 400x and 1000x is also inserted in the table for size comparisons.
**Cylindrospermopsis may have two forms, curved and straight trichome.
***Another series of images can be accessed from this link