Didymosphenia geminata, commonly known as didymo or rock snot, is a species of diatom that produces nuisance growths in freshwater rivers and streams with.
In Didymosphenia geminata, a diatom commonly known as didymo or rock snot, was discovered in New Zealand, the first time it was found in the Southern.
It's now almost ten years since blooms of the stalked diatom Didymosphenia geminata – commonly known as didymo, or “rock snot” – were first.
Didymo (Didymosphenia geminata) or rock snot is a brownish alga that can form thick mats on river bottoms and shorelines. Mats can reduce bottom dwelling .
Didymo is a non-native invasive microscopic algae (diatom) that can produce large amounts of stalk material to form thick brown mats on stream bottoms.
Didymosphenia geminata (Didymo) was first detected in the lower Waiau and Mararoa. Rivers in Southland in October Since then.
Invading species: DIDYMO Didymosphenia geminata, commonly known as didymo or rock snot, is a species of diatom that grows in warm and shallow wate.. .