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Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus). Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus). Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus). Tenerife, Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium

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Nostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, FranceNostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, FranceNostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, France

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Nostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, FranceNostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, FranceNostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nostoc algae colonies (Nostoc sp) in a river, Bugey, Ain, France

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Mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) dead following the presence of cyanobacteria present in the Rance river in Saint-Samson-Sur-Rance, Brittany, FranceMallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) dead following the presence of cyanobacteria present in the Rance river in Saint-Samson-Sur-Rance, Brittany, FranceMallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) dead following the presence of cyanobacteria present in the Rance river in Saint-Samson-Sur-Rance, Brittany, France© Jean-Luc & Françoise Ziegler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) dead following the presence of

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Information panel concerning the presence of cyanobacteria in the Rance river in Saint-Samson-Sur-Rance, Brittany, FranceInformation panel concerning the presence of cyanobacteria in the Rance river in Saint-Samson-Sur-Rance, Brittany, FranceInformation panel concerning the presence of cyanobacteria in the Rance river in Saint-Samson-Sur-Rance, Brittany, France© Jean-Luc & Françoise Ziegler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common, Colonial Cyanobacteria close to the oldest forms of life organized on our planetColony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common, Colonial Cyanobacteria close to the oldest forms of life organized on our planetColony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common, Colonial Cyanobacteria close to the oldest forms of life organized on our planet© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common,

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Colony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common, Colonial Cyanobacteria close to the oldest forms of life organized on our planetColony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common, Colonial Cyanobacteria close to the oldest forms of life organized on our planetColony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common, Colonial Cyanobacteria close to the oldest forms of life organized on our planet© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of Nostoc in a puddle in a lapiaz, France. Nostoc Common,

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The Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors MassifThe Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors MassifThe Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors Massif© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors,

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The Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors MassifThe Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors MassifThe Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors Massif© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors,

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The Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors MassifThe Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors MassifThe Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors, France. Petrifying source with formation of travertines (Cratoneuron moss, Brachythecium, and Lyngbya encrusting bacteria), remarkable petrifying waterfall, on the course of the Vernaison river, under the Great Gulets, Vercors Massif© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The Green Cascade, near Saint Eulalie en Royans, in the Vercors,

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Star jelly (Nostoc sp) colony on a lapiaz, FranceStar jelly (Nostoc sp) colony on a lapiaz, FranceStar jelly (Nostoc sp) colony on a lapiaz, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Star jelly (Nostoc sp) colony on a lapiaz, France

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Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus). Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus). Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Pilot whale (Globicephala macorhynchus). Tenerife, Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium

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Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Tenerife, Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium

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Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Tenerife, Canary Islands.Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust (Trichodesmium erythraeum). It appears massively in surface, time of heat. It is a natural process. Tenerife, Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Nostoc pruniform in a puddle, Very primitive organism living in filamentous coloniesNostoc pruniform in a puddle, Very primitive organism living in filamentous coloniesNostoc pruniform in a puddle, Very primitive organism living in filamentous colonies© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Rivularia (Rivularia bullata), Trébeurden, Côtes-d'Armor, Bretagne, FranceRivularia (Rivularia bullata), Trébeurden, Côtes-d'Armor, Bretagne, FranceRivularia (Rivularia bullata), Trébeurden, Côtes-d'Armor, Bretagne, France© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thrombolites of Lake Clifton - Western AustraliaThrombolites of Lake Clifton - Western AustraliaThrombolites of Lake Clifton - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites - Thetis Lake - Western AustraliaStromatolites - Thetis Lake - Western AustraliaStromatolites - Thetis Lake - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites with traces of wagon wheel 50 years after Passage- Hamelin Pool - bacterial mattress thick and soft layer . Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites with traces of wagon wheel 50 years after Passage- Hamelin Pool - bacterial mattress thick and soft layer . Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites with traces of wagon wheel 50 years after Passage- Hamelin Pool - bacterial mattress thick and soft layer . Shark Bay - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western AustraliaStromatolites at low tide - Hamelin Pool - Shark Bay - Western Australia© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pink Lake Region Kalbarri (Port Gregory), Western Australia. The pink color is related to the combined presence of algae : Dunalella sailina and a cyanobacterium : Haloarchaea cutirubrum that mass produce protective pigments against UVPink Lake Region Kalbarri (Port Gregory), Western Australia. The pink color is related to the combined presence of algae : Dunalella sailina and a cyanobacterium : Haloarchaea cutirubrum that mass produce protective pigments against UVPink Lake Region Kalbarri (Port Gregory), Western Australia. The pink color is related to the combined presence of algae : Dunalella sailina and a cyanobacterium : Haloarchaea cutirubrum that mass produce protective pigments against UV© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Pink Lake Region Kalbarri (Port Gregory), Western Australia. The pink color is related to the combined presence of algae : Dunalella sailina and a cyanobacterium : Haloarchaea cutirubrum that mass produce protective pigments against UVPink Lake Region Kalbarri (Port Gregory), Western Australia. The pink color is related to the combined presence of algae : Dunalella sailina and a cyanobacterium : Haloarchaea cutirubrum that mass produce protective pigments against UVPink Lake Region Kalbarri (Port Gregory), Western Australia. The pink color is related to the combined presence of algae : Dunalella sailina and a cyanobacterium : Haloarchaea cutirubrum that mass produce protective pigments against UV© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Petrifying waterfall in the gorge of Frou - Alpes France ; Unusual environments such Cratoneurion: petrifying springs with tufa formation (Cratoneuron, Brachythecium and encrusting bacteria Lyngbya)Petrifying waterfall in the gorge of Frou - Alpes FrancePetrifying waterfall in the gorge of Frou - Alpes France ; Unusual environments such Cratoneurion: petrifying springs with tufa formation (Cratoneuron, Brachythecium and encrusting bacteria Lyngbya)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cyanobacteria in geothermal area - Yellowstone USACyanobacteria in geothermal area - Yellowstone USACyanobacteria in geothermal area - Yellowstone USA© Marc Le Fèvre / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cyanobacteria in geothermal area - Yellowstone USACyanobacteria in geothermal area - Yellowstone USACyanobacteria in geothermal area - Yellowstone USA© Marc Le Fèvre / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Stromatolites in Rio Mezquites - Cuatro Cinegas Mexico ; Water supply in the desert ChihuanhuanStromatolites in Rio Mezquites - Cuatro Cinegas MexicoStromatolites in Rio Mezquites - Cuatro Cinegas Mexico ; Water supply in the desert Chihuanhuan© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Lichen Apothecia cup moss Valromey Jura France Lichen Apothecia cup moss Valromey Jura France Lichen Apothecia cup moss Valromey Jura France © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of star jelly after rainy daysColony of star jelly after rainy daysColony of star jelly after rainy days© Antoni Agelet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Grand prismatic spring Yellowstone National Park USAGrand prismatic spring Yellowstone National Park USAGrand prismatic spring Yellowstone National Park USA© David Tatin / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Filaments of Nostoc  ; Brightfield Illumination, 1000 x immersion lens, Canon EOS 450D 12 million pixels. Filaments of Nostoc Filaments of Nostoc  ; Brightfield Illumination, 1000 x immersion lens, Canon EOS 450D 12 million pixels. © Christian Gautier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Fossil stromatolites Formation Siyeh Glacier NP USA ; the stromatolites are biomineral formations created by cyanobacteria, in the absence of any predator and agitation of the water, these fossils were formed in the Belt Sea, about 1100 million years, and are observed in the These fossils are among the oldest in the world. (Image width 1 m) Fossil stromatolites Formation Siyeh Glacier NP USAFossil stromatolites Formation Siyeh Glacier NP USA ; the stromatolites are biomineral formations created by cyanobacteria, in the absence of any predator and agitation of the water, these fossils were formed in the Belt Sea, about 1100 million years, and are observed in the These fossils are among the oldest in the world. (Image width 1 m) © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Fossil stromatolites Formation Siyeh Glacier NP USA ; the stromatolites are biomineral formations created by cyanobacteria, in the absence of any predator and agitation of the water, these fossils were formed in the Belt Sea, about 1100 million years, and are observed in the These fossils are among the oldest in the world. (Image width 1 m) Fossil stromatolites Formation Siyeh Glacier NP USAFossil stromatolites Formation Siyeh Glacier NP USA ; the stromatolites are biomineral formations created by cyanobacteria, in the absence of any predator and agitation of the water, these fossils were formed in the Belt Sea, about 1100 million years, and are observed in the These fossils are among the oldest in the world. (Image width 1 m) © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NPDeposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP ; The waters

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NPDeposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP ; The waters

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). VaryThermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USAThermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). Vary© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA ; These

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). VaryThermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USAThermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). Vary© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA ; These

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Morning Glory Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The clear waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (protective pigments against UV) species  Morning Glory Pool Yellowstone NP USAMorning Glory Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The clear waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (protective pigments against UV) species  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Morning Glory Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The clear waters at the

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Colony of  thermophile blue-green algae and alga Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are form "s by blue-green algae (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.).  Colony of thermophile blue-green algae and alga YellowstoneColony of thermophile blue-green algae and alga Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are form "s by blue-green algae (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.).  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Colony of thermophile blue-green algae and alga Yellowstone ;

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Tufa and thermophilic cyanobacteria Mammoth Hot Springs  ; Travertine deposits covered hot water (white areas) or warm (bright) in which proliferation of thermophilic cyanobacteria (Phormidium and Synechococcus), protected from the sun by orange or brown pigments (carotoïdes)Tufa and thermophilic cyanobacteria Mammoth Hot Springs Tufa and thermophilic cyanobacteria Mammoth Hot Springs  ; Travertine deposits covered hot water (white areas) or warm (bright) in which proliferation of thermophilic cyanobacteria (Phormidium and Synechococcus), protected from the sun by orange or brown pigments (carotoïdes)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tufa and thermophilic cyanobacteria Mammoth Hot Springs  ;

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Castle Geyser  Yellowstone NP USA ; Geyser very close to the Old Faithful - burst every 13 hours - microterrasses siliceous tuff areas covered by cyanobacteria Castle Geyser Yellowstone NP USACastle Geyser Yellowstone NP USA ; Geyser very close to the Old Faithful - burst every 13 hours - microterrasses siliceous tuff areas covered by cyanobacteria © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Castle Geyser Yellowstone NP USA ; Geyser very close to the Old

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USANorris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USANorris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USANorris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USANorris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USANorris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ; Yellowstone NP sector of rich geysers and hot springs in cyanobacteria © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Deposit Geyserite around Hot Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs Deposit Geyserite around Hot Spring Yellowstone NP USADeposit Geyserite around Hot Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Deposit Geyserite around Hot Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP  ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP  ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP  ; The

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA  ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). VaryThermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA  ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). Vary© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA  ; These

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USADeposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USADeposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The waters of the geysers contain dissolved silica precipitates around the hot springs © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Deposit Geyserite around Double Pool Yellowstone NP USA ; The

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Thermophilic blue-green algae on geyserite Yellowstone NP ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). VaryThermophilic blue-green algae on geyserite Yellowstone NPThermophilic blue-green algae on geyserite Yellowstone NP ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). Vary© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic blue-green algae on geyserite Yellowstone NP ; These

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Aquatic weeds in the warm waters Yellowstone NP USAAquatic weeds in the warm waters Yellowstone NP USAAquatic weeds in the warm waters Yellowstone NP USA© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Aquatic weeds in the warm waters Yellowstone NP USA

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USANorris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USANorris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Norris Geyser Basin after the storm Yellowstone NP USA

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West thumb geyser basin Black Pool Yellowstone NP USA West thumb geyser basin Black Pool Yellowstone NP USA West thumb geyser basin Black Pool Yellowstone NP USA © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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West thumb geyser basin Black Pool Yellowstone NP USA 

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA 

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA  ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). VaryThermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA  ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments (carotenoids, etc.). Vary© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic blue-green algal mats Yellowstone NP USA  ; These

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Castle Geyser  Yellowstone NP USA ; Geyser very close to the Old Faithful - burst every 13 hours - microterrasses siliceous tuff areas covered by cyanobacteriaCastle Geyser Yellowstone NP USACastle Geyser Yellowstone NP USA ; Geyser very close to the Old Faithful - burst every 13 hours - microterrasses siliceous tuff areas covered by cyanobacteria© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Castle Geyser Yellowstone NP USA ; Geyser very close to the Old

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These terraces are formed by the flow of water charged with silica precipitates and mingle with various bacterial colonies (thermophilic blue-green algae)<br> [AT]Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These terraces are formed by the flow of water charged with silica precipitates and mingle with various bacterial colonies (thermophilic blue-green algae)
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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NPTourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NPTourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP

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Tourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),Tourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NPTourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Tourists on Gateway Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP ; The

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Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USAGrand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at

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Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USAGrand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at

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Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USAGrand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at the center are very hot (74 ° C) and hyperthermophilic Archaea contain, on the banks, the colder waters are home to colonies of Cyanophyceae forming mats (carpet) colorful (against UV protective pigment),© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; The blue waters at

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring YellowstoneThermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ;

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring YellowstoneThermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ;

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring YellowstoneThermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ;

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring YellowstoneThermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ;

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring YellowstoneThermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ;

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring YellowstoneThermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Thermophilic cyanobacterium Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ;

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  Terraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USATerraces of tufa Grand Prismatic Spring Yellowstone NP USA ; These mats (carpet) are formed by cyanobacteria (bacteria capable of photosynthesis) thermophilic genera Phormidium and Synechococcus in waters less than 74 ° c, the colors are related to the presence of protective pigments vary with the temperature and season;  © Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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