Didymo, and invasive species, infestation in upper Hurunui River. Didymosphenia geminata, a diatom also as rock snot, discovered in NZ 2004, Lake Sumner, Hurunui District, Canterbury Region, New Zealand (NZ) stock photo.

Didymo, and invasive species, infestation in upper Hurunui River. Didymosphenia geminata, a diatom also as rock snot, discovered in NZ 2004, Lake Sumner, Hurunui District, Canterbury Region, New Zealand (NZ), stock photo.

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Location:
Lake Sumner (other locations)
District:
Hurunui (see districts)
Region:
Canterbury (see regions)
Country:
New Zealand (NZ)
Notes:
Ratio (height:width) 1:0.67
Photographer:
Rob Suisted
Image #:
47549EZ00

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Didymo, and invasive species, infestation in upper Hurunui River. Didymosphenia geminata, a diatom also as rock snot, discovered in NZ 2004, Lake Sumner, Hurunui District, Canterbury Region, New Zealand (NZ)

Didymo, and invasive species, infestation in upper Hurunui River. Didymosphenia geminata, a diatom also as rock snot, discovered in NZ 2004, Lake Sumner, Hurunui District, Canterbury Region, New Zealand (NZ) Stock Photo

Lake Sumner, Hurunui District, Canterbury Region, New Zealand (NZ) Rob Suisted

Didymo, and invasive species, infestation in upper Hurunui River. Didymosphenia geminata, a diatom also as rock snot, discovered in NZ 2004, Lake Sumner, Hurunui District, Canterbury Region, New Zealand (NZ)