This microscopic view is presented of algae collected from a stagnant rivulet surface. The macroscopic view is a rich green.
This green algae was thriving on the surface of a freshwater seep. Bubbles are appearing from underwater organism respiration or other metabolic function.
All over bottom of tree pale green/ white cope splotchy appearance
Device: Rain Trap
This algea magnified x1000 was found in an Evernia prunastri lichen. Trebouxia sp is the main photobiont for evernaia and most other algal lichens.
Asterochloris algea is the primary photobiont algea for Cladonia sp lichens. I found this algea in a Cladonia, therefore it is probably Asterochloris sp.
Here it is at x2000 magnification.