List Of WordPress Publications By Zottoli   Leave a comment

1. Salt Water Marshes in Mid-Coast Maine   A Virtual Field Trip through a Salt Marsh. 

New Addition to Salt Marsh Pannes and Pools: Common Ciliated , Flagellated and Amoeboid Protozoans ; Cnidaria; Platyhelminths; Nematodes; Rotifers;Annelids; Molluscs and Arthropods found in a mid-coast Maine Salt Marsh Tidal Pool from April through November 2015 including photographs and videos of most genera

 

 

https://zottoli.wordpress.com/

 

2. Field Trip through a Typical Maine Raised Bog (Peatland): https://rzottoli.wordpress.com

3. Rocky Intertidal Habitats Along The Coast of Maine   

https://razottoli.wordpress.com

 

4. Microscopic Organisms (Protozoans, Platyhelminthes, Rotifers, Gastrotrichs, Nematodes, Tartigrades, Annelids, Arthropods, Desmids and Miscellaneous Groups) Living Within the Sphagnum Mat at The Hidden Valley Nature Center Bog in Jefferson Maine

https://boginvertebrates.wordpress.com/

Nebela spp

 

5.  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. Descriptions, Photographs And Movies Of Common Protozoans.

https://protozoansintertidal.wordpress.com/  

Amoeba Difflugia spp. spp

6.  . 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:

 https://rotifersintertidal.wordpress.com/

 

Rotifer Dicranophorus spp

 

7. Freshwater Tidal Marsh in Mid-Coast Maine Series 3: Guide To 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

 

9. Potamogeton perfoliatus BB August 3 2004

8. 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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