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October 20, 2009


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Whew! those were real pictures....It looks like a work of art...I never recognized the blue green substance in the water is an algae.

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These are technically called cyanobacteria. The term "blue-green algae" is just a older term that had been used because of this clade of bacteria's unique ability to perform photosynthesis, and other superficial resemblances to true algae. Cyanobacteria are bacteria, not plants, and not algae, either. Hope this helps.


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David Bebee and Mathew McCarthy

  • David and Mathew are photojournalists at the Waterloo Region Record. Do you have any story or photo ideas about the Grand River? Email David at [email protected] or Mathew at [email protected]