Microscope Monday: A Snowman Under the Scope It’s…

Microscope Monday: A Snowman Under the Scope

It’s official: We’ve reached the first full week of #winter, so we’re celebrating with this snowman-shaped group of diatoms, called Detonula pumila. Diatoms are a kind of single-celled algae, though Detonula often forms long chains connected by a set of zigzag-shaped spines and a single spine down the center (look closely and see if you can spot it). Despite these diatoms’ wintry appearance, Detonula are thought to do best in warmer, saltier waters, and they’ve been found on all seven continents! 

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