Mono Lake Microbe Blogging


Is it a new type of cactus that eats arsenic? No! It’s a microbe. Wikipedia says that microbes,

include bacteria, fungi, archaea, and protists; microscopic plants (green algae); and animals such as plankton and the planarian. Some microbiologists also include viruses, but others consider these as non-living.

But I do have pictures of Mono Lake from this summer to share with all of you who do not know what Mono Lake is.

This here is the South Tufa. Click for a larger photo.

This here is a wildflower I found at Mono Lake.


    
    
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