North American Diatom Ecological Database - NADED
Phycology Section, Patrick Center for Environmental Research
Soft Algae Count Report
 


Water Body:                        Site Location ID:         Sample Label: ACJ01
Sample ID: SWAMP022                Client Sample ID: ACJ01
Date Sample Collected: 06/11/2013  Count Finished: 09/06/2013
Subsample ID: PR1                  Slide Replicate ID: a     Count Replicate ID: 1
Counted By: Frank Acker            Sample Type:



  Naded Type             Taxon Name                                             #Units  Percent   #Cells  Percent Notes   
 261000 Green Algae      Ankistrodesmus falcatus (Corda) Ralfs                       5     1.65        5     0.13 Yes
 850006 Blue-Green Algae Heteroleibleinia sp.                                       26     8.58      211     5.80
 863016 Blue-Green Algae Leptolyngbya sp.                                          117    38.61     1653    45.49
 890025 Blue-Green Algae Phormidium sp.                                             19     6.27      271     7.45
 897003 Blue-Green Algae Pseudanabaena sp.                                         105    34.65     1290    35.50
 510002 Green Algae      Scenedesmus ecornis (Ralfs) Chodat                          3     0.99       12     0.33
 569006 Green Algae      Ulothrix tenuissima K├╝tzing                                 1     0.33       22     0.60 Yes
 799019 Green Algae      Unknown Chlorophyte colonial coccoid                        4     1.32       16     0.44
1599006 Red Algae        Unknown Rhodophyte Florideophycidae (chantransia)          23     7.59      153     4.21


Report Date: 9/27/2020          Total Number of Taxa: 9          Total Natural Units: 303
                                                                 Total Number of Cells: 3633

Count Notes:

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  Comments: Moderate to large amount of diatoms (259 diatom cells with protoplast in first row and 189 without).
 
Taxa Notes:
 
Naded 261000: Mostly unicellular, few colonial
Naded 569006: Should probably be U. cf. tenuissima because of central division pattern; see image.


 


 
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