Patel, B.K.C., Morgan, H.W. & Daniel, R.M. (1986). Unusual microorganisms observed in New Zealand hot springs. Microbial Ecoloy, 12(2), 181-186.
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A technique is described for studying hot spring microbial morphotypes by using electron microscope grids incubatedin situ. Such studies revealed the presence of filaments bearing swollen saclike structures in a number of New Zealand hot springs. There was considerable variation in the size, structure, and morphology of the filaments and the saclike structures.