Individuals in the genus Eunotia occur as single cells, or attached, or in colonies. Eunotia is generally found in acid waters and bog conditions with high humic acid and low oxygen (dystrophic). Eunotia bilunaris, implicata, incisa, neocompacta, pectinalis, soleirollii, tetraodon, and veneris are all freshwater species.
Eunotia, species undetermined. Found in diatomite deposit at Three Lakes, core TL5, at 3.6 to 3.7 m depth; also in core TL1 at 5.95 and 5.99 m depth.
Eunotia at 5.95 m depth.
Eunotia at 5.99 m depth.
See Eunotia on Algaebase or
Diatoms.org or on the
Natural History Museum of Wales website.