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Seasonal changes in epiphytic dinoflagellate assemblages near the northern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Gulf of Mexico.
Epiphytic dinoflagellates were studied in 250 samples from 10 sites in Chelem (a semi-enclosed mangrove lagoon) and Dzilam de Bravo (an exposed coastal locality), on the northern coast of the Yucatan
Phytoplankton of the northern coastal and shelf waters of the Yucatan Peninsula, southeastern Gulf of Mexico, Mexico
The relative richness in species of the genus Oxytoxum (11 species) is related to the tropical affiliation of the phytoplankton community and most of the tychoplanktonic diatoms were observed principally from coastal samplings.
Effects of a Light Crude Oil Spill on a Tropical Coastal Phytoplankton Community
The results agreed with previous works at the taxonomic level showing the presence of Bacillariophyceae and DinophyceAE in oil-related treatments, where these groups showed the major interactions in co-occurrence networks.