|Spirogyra captured under the microscope at 100x.|
In the springtime Spirogyra grows under water, but when there is more sunlight and warmth, Spirogyra produce large amounts of oxygen that adhere as bubbles among the tangled filaments. These masses of Spirogyra come to the surface and become visible as a slimy green mat.
|Spirogyra captured at 400x using the U2 biological microscope.|
|Spirogyra prepared slide captured at 400x under a biological microscope.|