Hydrogenobaculum is a thermophilic archaebacterium that forms long, creamy streamers in the 70 degrees C, acidic water of Nymph Creek. This image has been selected from 'Seen and Unseen, Discovering the Microbes of Yellowstone' by Kathy Sheehan, David Patterson, Brett Leigh Dicks and Joan Henson, and published by Globe Pequot Press Image copyright: Globe Pequot Press, used under license to MBL (micro*scope).
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Roaring Mountain to Norris Geyser Basin Area in Yellowstone National Park
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