An annotated checklist of dinoflagellates in the Black Sea

@article{Gmez2004AnAC,
  title={An annotated checklist of dinoflagellates in the Black Sea},
  author={Fernando G{\'o}mez and Laura Boicenco},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={517},
  pages={43-59}
}
An annotated checklist of free-living dinoflagellates (Dinophyceae) of the Black Sea, based on literature records, is reported and compared to the Mediterranean Sea and world oceans. Toxic species and/or responsible of harmful algal blooms (HAB) are marked in the checklist. From the 267 species (54 genera) listed nearly all taxa can be considered as cosmopolitan and no species as endemic. Several typically Arctic-boreal species (non recorded from the Mediterranean Sea) are reported from the… 
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