OSTRACOD RESEARCH

at the Lake Biwa Museum, Japan


Robin James Smith

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Mount Okujima, Shiga Prefecture. Click on the image for next one in the series.

Mount Okujima (425m), porphyritic granodiorite and rhyolitic welded tuff protruding through the flat fluvial sediments of the eastern plain. The rocky lakeshore provides a distinctive habitat for some of the endemic species living in the lake, including the giant Biwa catfish. (Photograph taken from a helicopter, 12th May 2010.) (Click on the image to view the next one in the series.)