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Hoppenrath, M.; Murray, S. A.; Chomérat, N.; Horiguchi, T. (2014). Marine benthic dinoflagellates - unravelling their worldwide biodiversity. Kleine Senckenberg-Reihe. 54: 1-276.
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Hoppenrath, M.; Murray, S. A.; Chomérat, N.; Horiguchi, T.
2014
Marine benthic dinoflagellates - unravelling their worldwide biodiversity
Kleine Senckenberg-Reihe
54: 1-276
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Frankfurt am Main & Stuttgar: V. Mosbrugger & E. Schweizerbartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung
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 Description

Cells oval, dorsoventrally flattened. Epicone crescent-shaped, clearly deflected towards the left. Cingulum ... [details]

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Cells are asymmetrical ellipsoid, with a slightly pointed antapex, dorsoventrally flattened. Minute epicone, ... [details]

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Cells ovoid, dorsoventrally flattened. Epicone 7–10 μm wide, anteriorly flat, with the right anterior corner ~ ... [details]

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Spherical cells with 1’ plate large and widened toward the ventral side, with lateral sides almost parallel, and ... [details]

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Cells are slightly laterally compressed, globular in shape, surface smooth. Thecal pores are numerous. Apical pore ... [details]

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Cells are slightly laterally compressed, globular in shape, surface smooth. Thecal pores are numerous. Apical pore ... [details]

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Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface smooth, covered with evenly distributed fine pores. ... [details]

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Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface heavily aerolated, covered with evenly distributed fine ... [details]

 Description

Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface covered with evenly distributed fine pores. Apical pore ... [details]

 Description

Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface covered with evenly distributed fine pores. Apical pore ... [details]

 Description

Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface covered with evenly distributed fine pores. Apical pore ... [details]

 Description

Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface smooth, covered with evenly distributed fine pores. ... [details]

 Description

Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface smooth, covered with evenly distributed fine pores. ... [details]

 Description

Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed, asymmetrical in ventral view. Thecal surface smooth, covered with ... [details]

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Lens-shaped, anterio-posteriorly compressed. Thecal surface covered with evenly distributed fine pores. Apical pore ... [details]

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Relatively large cells, broadly ovoidal, tapering ventrally in apical viewPlate 1’ peculiar and heptagonal, i.e. ... [details]

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Cells lenticulate, pointing ventrally and compressed antero-posteriorly. Epitheca and hypotheca have almost the ... [details]

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Very large cells, broadly oval in shape, markedly flattened. Epitheca slightly convex in contrast to the hypotheca ... [details]

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Cells ovate and ventrally slender. Antero-posterior length nearly equal to the transdiameter (width). Dorsoventral ... [details]

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Broad oval to ovoid cells with central pyrenoid (starch ring). Reticulatefoveate thecal surface with scattered ... [details]

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Round to oval asymmetric cells. Some cells (in culture) with central pyrenoid (starch ring). Foveate thecal surface ... [details]

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Broad oval cells with central pyrenoid (starch ring). Smooth thecal surface with scattered pores becoming more ... [details]

 Description

Almost round to oblong oval to ovoid cells with striking pyrenoid with starch sheath (visible as ring) in the ... [details]

 Description

Oval to oblong, asymmetric cells with smooth thecal surface with characteristic pore pattern (one apical row, ... [details]

 Description

The hypotheca is trapezoidal to hemispherical and acuminate at the antapex. The cingulum is wide, descending ... [details]

 Identification

Similar species: Amphidinium massartii. Remarks: There are at least 4 distinct genotypes of this species (Murray et ... [details]

 Identification

Amphidinium steinii, Amphidinium trulla, and Amphidinium cupulatisquama are similar species. This species was ... [details]

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The species Amphidinium klebsii Kofoid and Swezy was based on a description by Klebs (1884) (as A. operculatum), ... [details]

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Comparatively fewer pores than in C. monotis.  [details]

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This species is highly similar to F. yasumotoi. It is distinguished by a combination of morphometric features, the ... [details]

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This species is highly similar to Fukuyoa ruetzleri. It is distinguished by a combination of morphometric features, ... [details]

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Contrary to the statement by Penna et al. (2005) that the elongated or rounded shape is one of the main differences ... [details]

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Remarks: P. faustiae is extremely similar to P. concavum, having the same cell shape, surface ornamentation, size ... [details]

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Similar species: P. consutum, P. maculosum. Remarks: A wide range of morphological variability has been reported ... [details]

 Identification

Similar species: P. caribbaeum and the planktonic P. mexicanum. Remarks: The different cell shape and pore pattern ... [details]

 Status

The species was suggested by Gomez et al. (2017) to be a synonym of Prorocentrum mexicanum. However, the two ... [details]

 Taxonomy

The species was suggested by Gomez et al. (2017) to be a synonym of Prorocentrum mexicanum. However, the two ... [details]


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