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siwnaturalist

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Junio 23, 2024 a las 11:26 MAÑANA EDT

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zihaowang

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Julio 2024

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On my balcony. NYC first.

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elaphrornis

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Junio 23, 2024 a las 11:49 MAÑANA EDT

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Marine Park Salt Marsh, Brooklyn. Burnett Street side. On Iva frutescens.

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lovisalden

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Junio 21, 2024 a las 09:14 MAÑANA EDT

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sigridjakob

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Abril 22, 2020 a las 09:10 MAÑANA EDT

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Conidia; on seven week old incubated deer dung

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Julio 2021

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Ohio, US (Google, OSM)

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Thanks to @mjpapay noticing a funky (note: my word not theirs...) Erigeron at this site in the past (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/66655862) and making the connection that it could very well possibly be var. provancheri and making me want to investigate further!

After visiting the site and finding 100+ plants growing in boulder crevices and limestone bedrock cracks/ledges, I'm pretty convinced this is indeed var. provancheri. This would make for a considerable range extension of this global rarity and a new state record. Likely to be found along the similar shorelines of nearby Kelleys Island and the Bass Islands, which I plan to survey soon. I believe it should be sought in similar limestone shoreline habitat in Michigan as it stands to reason it would be there, too.

These plants were all quite small, basal leaves/rosettes persistent at/through flowering, the leaves and stems usually pretty glabrate/glabrous (varied plant to plant but some were pretty darn smooth), growing in the specific habitat, and blooming far later than typical philadelphicus would be. They were also staunchly perennials based on the root system and toughness to pull out when collecting a few specimens.

Would love other's opinions who've seen/experienced this plant before.

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mertensia

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Mayo 18, 2024 a las 10:28 MAÑANA EDT

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stephen_bucklin

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Febrero 25, 2023 a las 03:38 TARDE EST

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No lichen substances. White medulla. Squarrose rhizines.

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sus_scrofa

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Abril 21, 2024 a las 10:38 MAÑANA EDT

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growing on bare soil

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polarblairx

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Abril 2, 2024 a las 11:54 MAÑANA EDT

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polarblairx

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Marzo 30, 2024 a las 02:35 TARDE EDT

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Musgo Césped (Lejeunea flava)

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polarblairx

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Marzo 1, 2023 a las 04:41 TARDE EST

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Underleaves large, most over half the size of lateral leaves. Free margin of lobules inrolled.
Found growing on bark in an orchid pot in the NYBG gift shop

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elharo

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Enero 6, 2022 a las 09:57 MAÑANA EST

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sus_scrofa

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Abril 7, 2024 a las 12:54 TARDE EDT

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full credit for finding and putting in the work to identify this plant pathogen goes to Andrew Cannon.
on underside of leaf of Erythronium americanum

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philterfeed

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Junio 24, 2020 a las 03:36 TARDE EDT

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philterfeed

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Abril 19, 2023 a las 07:50 MAÑANA EDT

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alanek

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Mayo 29, 2023 a las 12:18 TARDE EDT

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sus_scrofa

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Marzo 17, 2024 a las 11:16 MAÑANA EDT

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siwnaturalist

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Marzo 3, 2024 a las 11:31 MAÑANA EST

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zihaowang

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Noviembre 8, 2020 a las 02:17 TARDE AST

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Gemmae unicellular; dorsal lobe of leaf extends over and across the stem

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Hormiga Paracaidista (Cephalotes multispinosus)

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jfmantis

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Abril 3, 2023 a las 11:14 MAÑANA EST

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On bird poop.

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ethancrenson

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Mayo 1, 2021 a las 10:36 MAÑANA EDT

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On a small hardwood branch with the bark beginning to fall away. Note the white lesions in the bark and wood beneath. Perithecia up to 1mm wide by 1.5mm tall.

Asci: 153-168 x 7.5-10µm. The spore bearing part 105-125µm. IKI+, the apical plug about 2.5 tall x 3µm wide when mature; much longer in immature asci.

Spores: 13-14 x 6-7µm, brown, ellipsoid to inequalateral ellipsoid, guttulate, usually with one large guttule at the center, with a very inconspicuous germ slit less than spore length.

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Ganso de Ross (Anser rossii)

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siwnaturalist

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Febrero 20, 2024 a las 05:06 TARDE EST

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kabirbosques

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Diciembre 26, 2023 a las 05:53 TARDE -05

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yayemaster

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Diciembre 2, 2023 a las 03:42 TARDE EST

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cesarcastillo

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Abril 14, 2021 a las 10:02 MAÑANA EDT

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Poliquetos (Clase Polychaeta)

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zihaowang

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Septiembre 9, 2023 a las 10:42 MAÑANA EDT

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200x and 800x in brackish water.

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Caracoles, Babosas Y Parientes (Clase Gastropoda)

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zihaowang

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Septiembre 3, 2023 a las 05:36 TARDE EDT

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800x and 200x in sea water. It has a spiral shell. The cilia on the two wheels were actively moving.

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astrobirder

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Agosto 27, 2017 a las 10:15 MAÑANA EDT

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dms1535

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Mayo 5, 2023 a las 11:05 MAÑANA CEST

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Aspidiophorus paradoxus is the largest Aspidiophorus species with about 300µm length.

Fig. 1: Dorsal scales.

The entire animal is covered with relatively large rhombic peduncle scales.

Fig. 2: Cross section

In cross-section, the structure of the peduncle scales can be clearly seen: the scales sit with a small basal plate on the cuticle of the animal, from which a thin, hollow peduncle rises. At the end of the peduncle sits a rhombic terminal plate, with a central keel. At the posterior end of the animal, the terminal plates of the last row of scales are enlarged.

The pharynx of the animal is terminally swollen, and the head is weakly five-lobed with two separate pairs of palpal tufts.

Fig. 3: Ventral view.

Ventrally, the strong hypostomion behind the mouth opening is striking. The two ciliated bands split at the head, but the inner branches do not unite in the population I examined. The base of the toes does not bear scales, the adhesive tubes
measure about 50% to 70% of the toe length and taper to a point.

Let's take a closer look at the scales:

Fig. 4: Back scales

In the scales on the back, the rhombic shape of the end plates can be seen most clearly. Less conspicuous - but typical for the species - is the middle keel of the scales.

Fig. 5: Cross section of scales

In cross section the complex geometry of the peduncle scales becomes clear - base plate, peduncle and end plate form a very flexible and stable carapace. The additional cavity under the outer scales acts like a "crumple zone" and further increases the protective effect.

Fig. 6: Cross-section of scale stems.

The stems of the scales consist of hollow tubes that ensure maximum stability with minimum material input - a fascinating example of evolutionary optimization.

The abdomen of the animals is not completely covered with petiolar scales. Rather, they end in the anal region and are joined by simple small, rounded keel scales that are not an obstruction to feces.

Fig. 7: Scaling of the abdomen.

At the furca base some (according to literature 4) spines protrude into the toe cutout.

The head is almost completely covered with slightly smaller peduncle scales:

Fig. 8: Head scales

Cephalion and pleurae are quite small and inconspicuous.

According to literature A. paradoxus has three teeth in the pharynx:

Fig. 9: Mouth armament.

In the animals I examined, only a curved stylet brace was found, the tip of which protrudes into the lumen of the pharynx and probably serves to open algal cells that are conveyed past it. It is possible that the literature reference to "three teeth" is merely based on a microscopic artifact, as the entire clasp may not be in the focal plane as a whole.

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peptolab

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Septiembre 2, 2022 a las 08:39 MAÑANA EDT

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Chlamydodon species consistent with C. exocellatus

Sample from the road end at Harbor View Lane where there is a marine channel between Gardiner's Bay and Three Mile Harbor. The cyrtophorid ciliate genus Chlamydodon is characterized by a unique cross-striated band (CSB) along the cell perimeter. To date, more than 15 nominal species have been assigned to this genus, all of which are exclusively from marine or brackish water" (1).

My ciliate was very fat and colorful in that the cytoplasm was literally stuffed with ingested food: green algae and larger red globules in a background of smaller golden yellow globules. Being so well fed, it was impossible to see much internal detail. The cyrtos with toothed nematodesmal rods surrounding the cytostome was not visible nor was the anterior pigment spot and the peripheral cross striated band characteristic of the genus was only partially visible. I took a couple of videos and placed the slide in a humid chamber to allow the little fellow to digest and egest some waste.

The next morning much more morphological detail was visible. The ciliate was now much slimmer and most of the ingested food was gone though the cytoplasm was still full of golden yellow granular material. I could see that this 212 um long ciliate has a continuous cross striated band. The cyrtos consists of 19 toothed nematodesmata. There are in excess of 40 vacuoles scattered all over the body, 5 that are somewhat larger than the more numerous small ones. There is a central ovoid macronucleus. Strangely, I still could not appreciate the characteristic yellow or purple anterior pigment spot.

The above parameters are somewhat consistent with Chlamydodon bourlandi Qu et al 2018 but perhaps more closely resemble another nominal species, C. exocellatus Ozaki & Yagiu, 1941, Snoeyenbos-West et al., 2004. "Chlamydodon bourlandi sp. nov. has a cell size of 150–250 × 65–150 µm, a complete CSB, a reddish to violet cell colour, 83–97 somatic kineties, and 40–68 contractile vacuoles" (1). Qu et al consider Chlamydodon exocellatus sensu Snoeyenbos-West et al., 2004, to be an earlier population of C. bourlandi (1). The former has only 5 contractile vacuoles whereas C. bourlandi has >40. My Chlamydodon has 5 larger vacuoles clustered toward the anterior end of the cytosome in addition to the numerous much smaller vacuoles. Perhaps these smaller ones are the empty food vacuoles created during the overnight diet I inflicted on the ciliate and should not be counted as contractile vacuoles.

Qu et Al state: “Chlamydodon exocellatus sensu Snoeyenbos-West et al., 2004 resembles the new species (C. bourlandi) based on the cell size in vivo (150–230 mm vs. 165–215 mm in the present isolate), the number of somatic kineties (83–97 vs. 87–97), and the number of nematodesmal rods (14–19 vs. 14–17). Although there was no mention of the number of contractile vacuole, we think C. exocellatus sensu Snoeyenbos- West et al., 2004 was misidentified and it should be an early population of the C. bourlandi sp. nov. However, these two populations share a low similarity (94.1%) of the SSU rRNA gene sequences” (1).

Gong et al (2) point out that C. exocellatus lacks an anterior pigment spot like my Chlamydodon and none is depicted by Snoeyenbos-West et al., 2004 (1-fig 45) while Qu et al (1-figs.43 and 44) ) show that C. bourlandi has a purplish pigment spot. Qu et al also show that C. bourlandi also has a ridge from cytostome to posterior end; two grooves longitudinally positioned on dorsal side, on both sides of ridge which I do not see in my Chlamydodon. C. exocellatus can be distinguished from C. bourlandi by a rounded body shape with both ends broadly rounded vs. anterior end widely rounded and posterior end obviously narrowed to pointed in C. bourlandi (1). Finally, C. bourlandi has a purple coloration while my Chlamydodon has a golden yellow coloration.

Thus, I conclude that my observation is most likely C. exocellatus. Imaged in Nomarski DIC using Olympus BH2S under SPlan 40x objective plus variable phone cropping on Samsung Galaxy S9+. Some screen caps further cropped.

1. Zhishuai Qu, Lifang Li, Xiaofeng Lin, Thorsten Stoeck, Hongbo Pan, Khaled A. S. Al-Rasheid & Weibo Song (2018) Diversity of the cyrtophorid genus Chlamydodon (Protista, Ciliophora): its systematics and geographic distribution, with taxonomic descriptions of three species, Systematics and Biodiversity, 16:5, 497-511, DOI: 10.1080/14772000.2018.1456493

2. Jun Gong, Weibo Song, and Alan Warren. Updating the Ciliate Genus Chlamydodon Ehrenberg, 1835, with Redescriptions of Three Species (Ciliophora: Cyrtophorida). Acta Protozool. (2005) 44: 19 - 32. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/236839424

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zihaowang

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Junio 30, 2023 a las 12:44 TARDE EDT

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800x, gliding in brackish water

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polarblairx

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Junio 21, 2023 a las 09:28 TARDE EDT

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taylorsturm

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Junio 2023

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taylorsturm

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Junio 2023

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taylorsturm

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Junio 2023

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rhizomatous; vegetation glabrous; perigynia sparsely pubescent; plants with red basal sheaths; perigynia ascending, 5mm+ with distinct straight two-tipped beak; perigynia strongly veined (not obscured by pubescence); growing in disturbed sandy opening in pine forest alongside Comptonia peregrina, etc. some individuals had interesting red coloration on perigynia

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Febrero 24, 2016 a las 11:20 MAÑANA -05

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Macho adulto

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zihaowang

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Junio 4, 2023 a las 10:05 TARDE EDT

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200x

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matthew_wills

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Junio 11, 2023 a las 10:28 MAÑANA EDT

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peptolab

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Marzo 5, 2022 a las 01:06 MAÑANA EST

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Lacrymaria marina Kahl, 1933 syn. Lacrymaria olor var. marina (O.F. Müller, 1786) Kahl, 1933

It's sexy time for the marine Lacrymaria. Last night I was looking at a slide of my latest sample from the intertidal benthos of marine estuary Accabonac Harbor which had an interesting polychaete and numerous Lacrymaria. I put the slide in a moist chamber overnight and when I reexamined it this morning I found a veritable sex orgy of conjugating pairs dancing their sensual ballet while exchanging genetic material through their mouths. There were equal sized pairs and unequal pairs where one was much smaller. One such unequal pair had the larger partner undergoing transverse fission while conjugating with a small partner 1/4 the size of the larger partner. Another uneven pair had globular bodies and the larger partner had a massively enlarged broad neck. Some pairs got tired and both went into the contracted resting state characteristic of Lacrymaria. Fascinating stuff. Imaged in Nomarski DIC using Olympus BH2 under SPlan 40x and 20x objectives plus phone cropping on Samsung Galaxy S9+.

A lot of images here to show all aspects of the sex orgy. We start with a teaser GIF of conjugation of two normal individuals. Then an illustration from the supporting reference and a picture of the sample site. Then some screen captures of a typical individual. Then screen caps of a fissioning individual. Then screen caps of conjugating pairs in various metabolic states- two equal sized individuals, two semi-resting individuals, two bizarely shaped individuals, and finally one normal individual conjugating with one undergoing transverse fission! Finally, I show GIFs of the various types of conjugating pairs in the same order as the screen caps. A lot of stuff!

Lacrymaria marina Kahl, 1933
Diagnosis. Body size 150-300 × 20-25 μm in vivo; extended spindle to vase-like shape; highly contractible neck; cell colorless; cortical granules colorless, regularly
arranged in between somatic kineties; single contractile vacuole, conical shape and located terminally; papillary head with obliquely arranged oral ciliary rows, 10-12 in number; spiral somatic kineties on contracted body, 17- 20 somatic kineties; 1 ellipsoidal macronucleus. Distribution. China, Germany, Korea (this study).

Remarks. Lacrymaria marina Kahl, 1933 can be separated from L. olor (Müller, 1786) Bory de St. Vincent, 1824 by the number of macronuclear nodules (1 vs. 2),
and habitat (saline water vs. freshwater) (Kahl, 1930). Lacrymaria marina can be separated from L. nana (Vuxanovici, 1961) Song and Wilbert, 1989 by the number of somatic kineties (15-20 vs. about 13), the shape of contractile vacuole (conical vs. spherical), and the position of the contractile vacuole (terminal vs. subterminal) (Song and Wilbert, 1989).

Above descriptions from:
Brief descriptions of 12 ciliate species previously unrecorded (Protozoa: Ciliophora) in Korea. Ji Hye Kim and Jae-Ho Jung. Journal of Species Research 6(Special Edition):15-25, 2017. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322212723

From Bruce Taylor: From saltwater, with a single macronucleus, posterior vacuole, approximately triangular (possibly a defecatory organelle, per Song & Packoff). Apparently somewhat less extensile than L. filiformis (a freshwater species), bigger than L. nana, lacking the tail-like process of L. acuta.

L. marinum Kahl, 1933 is the same taxon as L. olor var. marina (O.F. Mueller, 1786) Kahl, 1933.

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Algodoncillos de Los Pantanos (Género Isoetes)

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awkwards

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Mayo 2023

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I have been hoping to see this for a while, but am still not sure if it actually is Isoetes. There are about ten.

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Arce de Pennsylvania (Acer pensylvanicum)

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yoshikomori

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Marzo 6, 2022 a las 04:27 TARDE EST

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New York (Google, OSM)

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plbuttercup

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Mayo 23, 2023 a las 05:07 TARDE EDT

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Zacate Sedoso (Setaria parviflora)

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danielatha

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Octubre 5, 2019 a las 12:35 TARDE EDT

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zihaowang

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Abril 30, 2023 a las 11:20 MAÑANA EDT

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zitserm

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Abril 2023

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Female. In a vernal pool in deciduous woods

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polarblairx

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Abril 1, 2023 a las 02:34 TARDE EDT

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Found amongst Ceratodon purpureus, Streblotrichum convolutum, Funaria hygrometrica, Gemmabryum, and Bryum argenteum

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polarblairx

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Abril 2, 2023 a las 02:33 TARDE EDT

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Marzo 18, 2023 a las 06:05 MAÑANA EDT

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Wider overlapping lobes. Row of differentiated ocelli, “bucket” shaped lower leaves evident under scope. Growing on outcrop of Shawangunk conglomerate.

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soilsflutterby

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Marzo 6, 2023 a las 12:34 TARDE EST

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I could be wrong, but gosh, i hope I am right.

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sus_scrofa

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Marzo 24, 2023 a las 04:36 TARDE EDT

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found under bark of a hardwood log, possibly an oak.

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Naja (Najas guadalupensis)

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pawelp

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Marzo 11, 2023 a las 09:45 MAÑANA EST

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Took a cutting to grow out in an aquarium and identify

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ethancrenson

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Febrero 5, 2023 a las 12:12 TARDE EST

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These aren't cup-shaped apothecia, but rather collabent (collapsed) pseudothecia in a brown subiculum.

Asci clavate, 76-90 x 13-16µm, containing 32 spores (by my approximation).

Spores hyaline, allantoid:

7.7-12.5 x 1.6-2.4µm
Me 9.3 x 2.2µm
Q=3.5-6.2
MeQ=4.3
N=23

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syrinxed

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Febrero 20, 2022 a las 12:40 TARDE EST

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High Point State Park, on rocks near the monument. I def think it's a Polytrichum.... The capsules seem too long to be commune/juniperum, and they also seem to lack the required disk. Doesn't feel like it's commune in general. The capsules for pallidisetum are described as tan, but seem red in LOTS of photos, esp the one in the Princeton Field Guide to Mosses, and many of the traits match descriptions within said field guide (such as red tipped leaves; boxy & bent over capsules). Actual experts pls help

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mreala

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Abril 24, 2022 a las 12:08 TARDE PDT

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aidancampos

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Junio 2022

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In opening of scrubby Pinus palustris dominated flatwoods.

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polarblairx

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Enero 21, 2023 a las 03:21 TARDE EST

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polarblairx

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Enero 6, 2023 a las 03:39 TARDE EST

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In organic detritus from many locations, found on plagiomnium undulatum leaf, origin unknown. Statoblast

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stephanie_nyc

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Enero 21, 2023 a las 02:21 TARDE EST

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mreala

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Julio 16, 2022 a las 03:42 TARDE PDT

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mreala

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Agosto 15, 2020 a las 06:11 TARDE PDT

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toadwarrior

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Junio 17, 2022 a las 04:23 TARDE PDT

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stephanie_nyc

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Enero 16, 2023 a las 08:15 TARDE EST

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10mm.

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stephanie_nyc

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Enero 4, 2023 a las 01:59 TARDE EST

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These were found in the drift. Because they're so tiny I hadn't realized two of them still had the operculums attached - if they were still alive I would have put them back in the water.

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gpalermo

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Enero 9, 2023 a las 04:11 TARDE EST

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Aka Lophozia bicrenata.
Growing on sandy soil by the side of a woodland trail.
@zihaowang
The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America by Rudolf Schuster (vol. 2, 1969) describes this liverwort as “An extraordinarily widespread species…with truly ‘weedy’ propensities,” but this observation of Isopaches bicrenata is only the fifth recorded in iNaturalist for all of North America. Although common, it’s inconspicuous and apparently unnoticed.

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Diente de León (Taraxacum officinale)

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polarblairx

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Febrero 25, 2022 a las 01:46 TARDE EST

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What a weirdo!

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smeenan79

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Agosto 6, 2020 a las 09:48 MAÑANA EDT

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mertensia

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Octubre 16, 2022 a las 12:26 TARDE EDT

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ieremiel

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Mayo 26, 2022 a las 03:15 TARDE -04

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marisa_b

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Septiembre 8, 2022 a las 09:29 MAÑANA EDT

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Junquillo Salado (Eleocharis parvula)

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gpalermo

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Brackish pond shore exposed by evaporation. Floral scales <2mm long. Stems thread-like, less than 1 mm in diameter. J-shaped to U-shaped tubers. M. Arsenault et al., Sedges of Maine 2013. Third iNaturalist observation of this species in New England.

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Líquenes Mapa (Género Rhizocarpon)

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kelseyv

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Noviembre 5, 2022 a las 11:29 MAÑANA MDT

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Enero 30, 2021 a las 01:14 TARDE EST

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douggoldman

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Diciembre 11, 2018 a las 05:22 TARDE EST

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Weedy, invasive vine with smelly leaves.

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shuysman

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Julio 2, 2022 a las 12:12 TARDE EDT

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On dune on side of paved pathway. Stems prickle-less. Rachis with small recurved thorns

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Guillomos (Género Amelanchier)

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philterfeed

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Junio 24, 2020 a las 02:04 TARDE EDT

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Varilla Dulce (Bolboschoenus robustus)

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leafmiles

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Junio 26, 2022 a las 02:37 TARDE EDT

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elaphrornis

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Agosto 10, 2021 a las 02:02 TARDE EDT

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Marine Park, Brooklyn. Sidewalk space, with Mugwort etc.

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smeenan79

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Septiembre 13, 2022 a las 10:24 MAÑANA EDT

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wernerehl

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A known population. First iNat posting on the 13 state northeastern region. This is the northeastern-most population in the U.S. I noted no peppery taste in the leaves. This is a sturdy perennial with rhizomes, up to about three feet tall but can bloom at 12 inches as well. State-threatened species.

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Lentejuela Acuática (Salvinia minima)

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beniiiii

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Septiembre 16, 2022 a las 03:59 TARDE EDT

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Perlita Blanca (Symphoricarpos albus)

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vickidoo

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Septiembre 29, 2022 a las 02:33 TARDE EDT

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vickidoo

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Agosto 20, 2021 a las 01:48 TARDE EDT

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didymops77

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Agosto 18, 2022 a las 04:12 TARDE EDT

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Habas, Frijoles, Tréboles Y Parientes (Subfamilia Faboideae)

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frederica

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Junio 12, 2022 a las 04:30 TARDE EDT

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mertensia

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awkwards

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Julio 14, 2022 a las 01:18 TARDE EDT

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taylorsturm

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Junio 7, 2022 a las 07:10 MAÑANA EDT

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polarblairx

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Febrero 2022

Descripción

Growing on clay soil on the vertical face of a 6 inch overhang on top of a mudshale cliff next to the raritan. What a find!

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Liquen Tripa de Roca (Umbilicaria mammulata)

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mugglelissa

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Mayo 2, 2022 a las 10:13 MAÑANA EDT

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ethancrenson

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Abril 9, 2022 a las 12:47 TARDE EDT

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on the shells of Hickory (Carya) nuts

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ewhitaker

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Diciembre 31, 2020 a las 01:43 TARDE EST

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zihaowang

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Abril 8, 2022 a las 03:02 TARDE ADT

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zihaowang

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Mayo 10, 2016 a las 03:09 TARDE ADT

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ethancrenson

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Abril 2, 2022 a las 11:07 MAÑANA EDT

Descripción

On Trametes versicolor. Turns dark purple in KOH, then fades to red. Ascospores warted, 1-septate, apiculate with pointy projections, 16-25 x 4-5.5µm. Conidiospores broadly ellipsoid, 1-septate, 12-15 x 7.5-8µm.

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zaca

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Junio 11, 2021 a las 12:54 TARDE BST

Descripción

Maybe this is the first time I face it; However, not many doubts about the classification; the practically inexistent thallus, the pruinose bluish apothecia growing on siliceous rock (granite) are distinctive. I may have a sample and I will try to confirm the ID soon.

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kbarringer

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Marzo 30, 2022 a las 12:05 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Pyramid Mountain Park, on seepy gneiss outcrop with Scapania, Diplophyllum

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dsmorris

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Enero 1, 2022 a las 01:19 TARDE EST

Descripción

Deciduous tree.

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davidfbird

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Noviembre 24, 2021 a las 03:58 TARDE EST

Descripción

On a small common birch snag. Only one apothecium, yellow. Thallus and apothecium K-. Lobes closely attached with abundant white rhizines. Spores about 10 x 5-6 um, 1-celled but with twin lens-shaped vacuoles, dozens per ascus.

Sur un petit chicot de bouleau commun. Une seule apothécie, jaune. Thalle et apothécie K-. Lobes étroitement attachés avec d'abondantes rhizines blanches. Spores d'environ 10 x 5-6 um, unicellulaires mais avec des vacuoles jumelles en forme de lentilles, des dizaines par asque.