Additional Web Sites Authored By Robert Zottoli   1 comment

1. Freshwater Tidal Marshes in Mid-Coast Maine Series 3: Common Plants in Mid to Upper Intertidal Sediments at two sites in Merrymeeting Bay and one site in the Lower Reaches of the Androscoggin River. It can be accessed at: http://zottoli2.wordpress.com

Black Grass Juncus geradii Baybridge Landing July 20 and 21 2012 (179)

2.  Freshwater Tidal Marshes In Mid Coast Maine Series 1: Guide to Common Protozoans in Mid to Upper Intertidal Sediments at two sites in Merrymeeting Bay and one site in the Lower Reaches of the Androscoggin River. It includes Descriptions, Photographs And Videos Of Common Protozoans. It can be accessed at:  https://protozoansintertidal.wordpress.com/

Amoeba   Amoeba X600 b

3.  Freshwater Tidal Marshes In Coastal Maine Series 2: Guide To Rotifers In Mid To Upper Intertidal Sediments At Two Sites In Merrymeeting Bay And One Site In The Lower Reaches Of The Androscoggin River.Descriptions, Photographs and Movies of Rotifer Genera. It can be accessed at:

http://rotifersintertidal.wordpress.com

Rotifer Philodina  spp

4.  Microscopic Organisms Living in the HVNC Bog. It includes short descriptions, photographs, and movies of  Protozoans, Cnidarians, Platyhelminthes, Gastrotrichs, Rotifers, Nematodes, Tartigrades, Annelids, Arthropods,Desmids, and other Green Algae. Organisms were identified to genus when possible. It can be accessed at :

http://boginvertebrates.wordpress.com

 

Ciliate Ophrydium spp

5. Field Trip Through A Typical Maine Raised Bog

http://rzottoli.wordpress.com

 One of the bog orchids is shown below.

6. .Rocky Intertidal Habitats Along The Coast of Maine

http://razottoli.wordpress.com

7. Several years ago I provided  photographs that the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences used to develop a Virtual Field Trip to Marine Rocky Intertidal Areas. It can be accessed at:  http://bigelow.org/mitzi/

A gallery of photographs is available at the end of program in the Image Library.

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Posted October 5, 2011 by zottoli

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  1. Would like to use your photo of northern bayberry in a not-for-profit on-line book of plants of New York City (nyc.books.plantsofsuburbia.com)
    mbgargiullo@comcast.net

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