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Français : Inflorescence planctonique. Il s'agit de cyanophycées ("algue bleue").
Les traces en forme de trainées sont des traces laissées par des poissons et des canards qui circulent sur l'eau, "cassant" le biofilm. Les échantillons dégagent une forte odeur d'algue (type spiruline). Lieu : "Quai du Wault" à Lille, non loin du centre ville (nord de la France ; Localisation via Google maps : 50.637485,3.05425)
English: Bloom of cyanobacteria ("blue-green algae").
traces shaped streaks are traces of fish and ducks that run on water, "breaking" the biofilm. The samples emit a strong odor of algae (spirulina type). Location: "Quai du Wault" in Lille, not far from downtown (north of France; Location vai google maps: 50.637485,3.05425)
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