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medical illustration of Cyanidium caldarium   
The blue-greenish unicellular red algae Cyanidium caldarium live in saltlakes. They survive easily drying and cristallisation of the salt. These strongly blue-green protozoa are assigned to the red algae and live in salt puddles of up to 80 ° C. 
Transmission electron microscope, magnification 50 000:1
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Scanning electron microscope, magnification 300:1

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Cyanidium caldarium The blue-greenish unicellular red algae Cyanidium caldarium live in saltlakes. They survive easily drying and cristallisation of the salt. These strongly blue-green protozoa are assigned to the red algae and live in salt puddles of up to 80 ° C. Transmission electron microscope, magnification 50 000:1

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