Still Waters Posted September 1, 2017 #1 Share Posted September 1, 2017 (IP: Staff) · A big blob of gooeyness is causing a lot of excitement in Stanley Park. Known in Latin as Pectinatella magnifica, it’s OK if you call the bryozoan found in a pond near Lost Lagoon by its less formal name — a “chunk of goo.” Or at least that’s how Kathleen Stormont of the Stanley Park Ecology Society describes the bryozoans that were discovered a couple of weeks ago in the biofiltration pond a few metres away from the causeway. “It’s kind of like three-day-old Jello — a bit firm but gelatinous,” she says. http://www.vancourier.com/news/fascinating-blob-colony-found-in-lost-lagoon-1.22151199 3 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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