Month: November 2014


Or two actually. That is what I see here - a young bull running around on the green, green grass of his first spring, looking curiously around for the wonders of the world:   But then again, not many people have told me I lack imagination. Others just call this algae Mesostigma viride. Me too, when counting. The young bull expression comes from the two pyrenoids on each side of the cell and the ”lightly saddle-like bent” body, as Skuja (1948) describes the form of the cell.   The flatness of the cell supports the impression of the saddle:  What also catches the ey...
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