I will certainly enjoy these! Thanks for sharing . The same goes for Charles' resting spores. The average diatom sample has more interesting stuff than justtsuperbus
Hello Dick,I'm still trying to digest Vallodiscus spp. The variation in Suto's images within the species is quite interesting. I do not disagree with email@example.com
Dick, Your two Micscape articles introduced the silicoflagellates to me. They do show up in samples of recent material. Thanks for posting your images, too.diatom10
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