Microscopic Organisms : Algae
A general growth medium for algae. Supplied steril in pint bottles.
A filamentous blue-green.
A common unicellular, motile, green alga.
A unicellular, nonmotile, planktonic green alga.
A large desmid with gypsum granules that exhibit Brownian movement.
A common desmid
A mixture of several genera.
A spherical colony with round or oval evenly spaced cells.
A flagellate exhibiting both plant and animal characteristics.
A blue-green whose cells are enclosed in a gelatinous sheath.
Cells form square plates
A planktonic mixture.
Typically sold by the pint.
The familiar water net
A mixture of more than six common pond water algae.
Customizable for up to 6 available algea's of your choice.
Mixture's of over six items, add $1.00 per item
Trichomes are numerous and twisted within a gelatinous envelope or ball.
Oospores usually present.
The common filamentous blue-green
A spherical colony with compact pear shaped cells
Cells form circular plates.
Our species has two to four cells arranged in a single row with spines on the terminal cells.
A common filamentous green with spiral shaped chloroplasts
Exhibits a single collar shaped chlorosplast
A large colonial flagellate.