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Image of the Day: Dancing Diatoms

Didymosphenia geminata or "rock snot" diatoms, eight of which were photographed with interference microscopy and pictured here, can produce slimy nuisance growths in cold, low-nutrient streams.

The Scientist Staff

STEPHEN S NAGY, 2010, OLYMPUS BIOSCAPES COMPETITION

 

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