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Golden Alga Photo Gallery

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Fish Kill Sites

View of bloom from the air Golden water Fish kill at Jackson Bend, Lake Granbury, 2003 used with permission, courtesy of Gary Turner of Brazos River Authority photo used with permission, courtesy of Gary Turner of Brazos River Authority Golden water Golden water Ice and golden water Partially eaten crappie indicates feeding on dead fish by other wildlife Foam is characteristic of golden alga bloom when water is agitated. More foam foam up close Shad Drum A look at the hemoraged gills of Jackson Bend fish kill Fish Kill

Golden Alga Cells

Photo by Dr. Carmelo Tomas, University of North Carolina at Wilmington Photo by Dr. John LaClaire, University of Texas at Austin Photo by Dave Buzan Photo by Greg Southard Photo by Dave Buzan Photo by Greg Southard Photo by Greg Southard Photo by Greg Southard Photo by Greg Southard Photo by Greg Southard Photo by Greg Southard Photo by Greg Southard


Take Action
  • Report Kills - If you see a fish kill or suspect golden alga, contact one of TPWD's 24-hour communications centers at 512-389-4848 (Austin) or 281-842-8100 (La Porte).
  • Get the Facts - TPWD has collaborated with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and other entities to produce a golden alga information card. Download a PDF from the TCEQ website or request a free hard copy from TPWD at hab@tpwd.texas.gov.
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