A Collection of Illustrations

from "Algae in Water Supplies"

by C. Mervin Palmer, 1962

Adapted from  a Publication of the Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

This page is published by Russell G. Rhodes, Department of Biology, Missouri State for the express purpose of supporting education relating to Biology

The illustrations seen below are algae that have typically found in sewage ponds and lagoons.  Each link will go to a larger image of the organism.  

Ankistrodesmus Chlamydomonas Chodatella Chromulina.
Chroomonas Closteridium Closteriopsis Closterium
Cosmarium Diacanthos Dictyosphaerium Elakatothrix
Golenkinia) Masasartia Ourococcus Planktosphaeria
Polyedriopsis Pteromonas Scenedesmus Schizothrix
Schroederia Spirulina Vacuolaria

 

 

 

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Copyright 1996, Russell G. Rhodes
Revised -- 6/10/98

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