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Achromatium oxaliferum

Achromatium oxaliferum is a large colorless sulpher bacterium containing large refractile structures of calcite spherulites.
Collected from bottom sediments of a rain storage reservoir in Kiel (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany). This image was taken using Zeiss Universal with Olympus C7070 CCD camera.

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Place name: Pond Demühlen, rain storage reservoir in Kiel-Russee (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany)  
Latitude: 54.304095     Longitude: 10.086073

Achromatium oxaliferum ist ein großes farbloses Schwefelbakterium mit großen lichtbrechenden Calziumoxalat-Kristallen.
Aus Bodensedimenten eines Regenrückhaltebeckens in Kiel (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany). Mikrotechnik: Zeiss Universal, Kamera: Olympus C7070.

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Achromatium oxaliferum
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