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Harmful Algae Blooms & Muck – What’s the Difference?
Harmful algal blooms and muck are often mistaken for each other. However, both represent significantly different species. Unlike green algae such as Cladophora (muck), blue-green algae is technically not an algae, but is a bacteria known as cyanobacteria that photosynthesizes like algae do. Blue-green harmful algal blooms and green algae blooms can be found in similar locations. However, the two species differ in and appearance and in factors that influence their growth and movement in the Great Lakes.
 
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