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CYST-THECA RELATIONSHIPS OF GONYAULACALES AND PERIDINIALES (DINOPHYCEAE) FROM BAHÍA CONCEPCIÓN, GULF

@inproceedings{orquecho2009CYSTTHECARO,
  title={CYST-THECA RELATIONSHIPS OF GONYAULACALES AND PERIDINIALES (DINOPHYCEAE) FROM BAH{\'I}A CONCEPCI{\'O}N, GULF},
  author={L. O. M. orquecho and B. Yuri},
  year={2009}
}
Based on samples obtained in 2000-2002 from a 1-cm layer of surface sediment at two sites in Bahia Concepcion in the Gulf of California, cyst-theca relationships were defined from cyst germination assays for Gonyaulax spinifera (= Spiniferites mirabilis), Protoceratium globosum, Preperidinium meunieri (= Dubridinium caperatum), Protoperidinium denticulatum (= Brigantedinium irregulare), and Protoperidinium cf. thorianum. All the taxa are illustrated with photomicrographs and descriptions of the… Expand

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