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Natural hot spring containing cyanobacteria, seawater is heated from seeping beneath the lava, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620584 Natural hot spring containing cyanobacteria, seawater is heated from seeping beneath the lava, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland© Cyril Ruoso
Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July, 2014  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90675303 Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July, 2014© Adrian Davies / NPL
Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July, 2014  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90675302 Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July, 2014© Adrian Davies / NPL
Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90675301 Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July© Adrian Davies / NPL
Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July  -  Adrian Davies/ npl
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90675300 Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) bloom on Slapton Ley, Devon, England This bacteria produces toxins including Micocystin, July© Adrian Davies / NPL
Pink Lake with pink color due to cyanobacterium (Haloarchaea cutirubrum) and algae (Dunalella sailina) that produce protecitve pigments against UV damage, Kalbarri, Western Australia, Australia
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00566614 Pink Lake with pink color due to cyanobacterium (Haloarchaea cutirubrum) and algae (Dunalella sailina) that produce protecitve pigments against UV damage, Kalbarri, Western Australia, Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle/ Biosphoto
Cyanobacterium (Halobacterium salinarum) and algae (Dunalella sailina) that produce protecitve pigments against UV damage causes pink color in lake, Kalbarri, Western Australia, Australia
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00566613 Cyanobacterium (Halobacterium salinarum) and algae (Dunalella sailina) that produce protecitve pigments against UV damage causes pink color in lake, Kalbarri, Western Australia, Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle/ Biosphoto
Orange Spring Mound, formed by mineral deposits, thermophilic cyanobacteria produce surface colours, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming  -  Martin Withers/ FLPA
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00421103 Orange Spring Mound, formed by mineral deposits, thermophilic cyanobacteria produce surface colours, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming© Martin Withers/ FLPA
Orange Spring Mound, formed by mineral deposits, thermophilic cyanobacteria produce surface colours, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming  -  Martin Withers/ FLPA
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00421102 Orange Spring Mound, formed by mineral deposits, thermophilic cyanobacteria produce surface colours, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming© Martin Withers/ FLPA
Natural hot spring containing cyanobacteria, seawater has been heated after seeping beneath the lava, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland  -  Cyril Ruoso
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00620585 Natural hot spring containing cyanobacteria, seawater has been heated after seeping beneath the lava, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland© Cyril Ruoso
Algal bloom on sea, called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum) La Palma, Canary Islands.
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90869798 Algal bloom on sea, called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum) La Palma, Canary Islands.©
Algal bloom in sea, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). Tenerife, Canary Islands.
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90869797 Algal bloom in sea, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). Tenerife, Canary Islands.©
Algal bloom on the sea, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). Tenerife, Canary Islands.
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90869796 Algal bloom on the sea, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). Tenerife, Canary Islands.©
Bromeliad (Bromeliaceae) seedling growing as epiphyte on leaf alongside moss, lichen and cyanobacteria. Golfito, Costa Rica.
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90857067 Bromeliad (Bromeliaceae) seedling growing as epiphyte on leaf alongside moss, lichen and cyanobacteria. Golfito, Costa Rica.©
Bromeliad (Bromeliaceae) seedling growing as epiphyte on leaf alongside moss, lichen and cyanobacteria. Golfito, Costa Rica.
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90857066 Bromeliad (Bromeliaceae) seedling growing as epiphyte on leaf alongside moss, lichen and cyanobacteria. Golfito, Costa Rica.©
Leaf covered in epiphytes including moss, lichen and cyanobacteria. Golfito, Costa Rica.
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90857065 Leaf covered in epiphytes including moss, lichen and cyanobacteria. Golfito, Costa Rica.©
Coastline with stromatolites, sedimentary rock formed by Cyanobacteria communities growing for millions of years in a hypersaline environment. Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve, Shark Bay, Western Au...
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90840096 Coastline with stromatolites, sedimentary rock formed by Cyanobacteria communities growing for millions of years in a hypersaline environment. Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve, Shark Bay, Western Au...© Bert Willaert
Stromatolites on coast, the result of Cyanobacteria communities growing for millions of years in a hypersaline environment and forming sedimentary rock. Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve, Shark Bay,...
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90840095 Stromatolites on coast, the result of Cyanobacteria communities growing for millions of years in a hypersaline environment and forming sedimentary rock. Hamelin Pool Marine Nature Reserve, Shark Bay,...© Bert Willaert
Lake Clifton Thrombolites, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia. December 2015
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90838834 Lake Clifton Thrombolites, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia. December 2015© Jiri Lochman
Lake Clifton Thrombolites, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia. December 2015
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90838813 Lake Clifton Thrombolites, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia. December 2015© Jiri Lochman
Lake Clifton Thrombolites, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia. December 2015
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90838812 Lake Clifton Thrombolites, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia. December 2015© Jiri Lochman
Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus) with Sea sawdust cyanobacteria (Trichodesmium erythraeum) Tenerife, Canary Islands.
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90835644 Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus) with Sea sawdust cyanobacteria (Trichodesmium erythraeum) Tenerife, Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
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,...
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90822362 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
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,...
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90822361 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
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
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90804847 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
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
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90804841 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
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) in blue-green algal bloom (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
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90804840 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
Snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina) amongst leaves in blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland, USA. October 2018.
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90804839 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
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.
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90804838 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
Red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) in blue-green algae (Woronichinia naegeliana). Microcystin produced is toxic to wildlife and humans. Maryland. October 2018.
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90803222 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
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.
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90803220 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
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
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90788879 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
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...
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90780335 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
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...
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90780334 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
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...
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90780333 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
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...
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90780332 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
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...
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90780331 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
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...
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90780168 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
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...
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90780167 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
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,...
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90780166 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
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...
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90780159 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
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...
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90780158 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
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...
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90780154 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
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...
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90780153 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
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...
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90780152 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
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...
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90780151 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
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...
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90780150 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
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...
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90780149 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
Dark bands, formed by cyanobacteria on beehive shaped  karst sandstone  formation.  Purnululu National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kimberley, Western Australia. June 2016.
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90780148 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
Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, January.  The colours are from coloured cyanobacteria and algae that survive in the hot geothermal waters.
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90753668 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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