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Synonyms for cyanobacteria

predominantly photosynthetic prokaryotic organisms containing a blue pigment in addition to chlorophyll

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Blue green algae blooms can appear as green or greenish-brown scum on the surface of water and can contain toxins that are very harmful to dogs.
This includes 39 suspected cases of blue green algae across the region.
"We advise people to take caution with themselves and their pets when near a water body with blue green algae and to report any sightings to our 24/7 incident hotline on 03000 65 3000."
Blue green algae blooms may appear as green or greenish-brown scum on the surface of water and can contain toxins that can be harmful for animals if ingested, even in small quantities.
"The Environment Agency has carried out tests on the pond water and confirmed that traces of blue green algae had been found in it.
Despite health concerns caused by blue green algae in Lac Ste.
Although recreational activities can now resume on the lake, both the council and the Environment Agency Wales will continue to monitor the lake as the blue green algae could grow to excess again in suitable conditions.
Blue Green Algae has been detected at Acton Park Lake, in Wrexham.
I'VE heard dogs can get sick from blue green algae by swimming in stagnant water.
The poisonous substance known as blue green algae has exploded at Moseley New Pool, in Swanshurst Park in Moseley, Birmingham.
The islands of reeds, measuring more than 2,470 sq ft, will be launched at Engine Pool, one of the Earlswood Lakes near Birmingham, as part of the battle to control blue green algae.
Health Canada has warned consumers that blue green algae products may be contaminated with toxins harmful to the liver and should not be given to children.
POTENTIALLY harmful blue green algae has been confirmed in a lake in Darlington.