In light of the ongoing COVID-19 safety precautions, Stone Laboratory summer courses have been cancelled. Professional development workshops beginning in August are currently set to run as scheduled, but we will keep the webpage updated as we know more information.
Event cancellations and closures have been extended to July 6, per ongoing guidance from The Ohio State University. Please note that this impacts the Aquatic Visitors Center and the South Bass Island Lighthouse, as well as Stone Lab tours. We’re keeping the information on our Visit pages as updated as possible, so please check there before planning any visits.
Stay safe and healthy, everyone! We hope to see you all again soon.
Eudorina forms circular colonies of 16-32 cells. Cells are not touching. All cells have 2 equal-length flagella. Eudorina colonies are very motile and can be seen tumbling throughout the field of view. Eudorina looks similar to Sphaerocystis, but Sphaerocystis lacks flagella.