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Flagellates from stromatolites and surrounding sediments in Shark Bay, Western Australia

@article{AlQassab2002FlagellatesFS,
  title={Flagellates from stromatolites and surrounding sediments in Shark Bay, Western Australia},
  author={S. Al-Qassab and W. Lee and S. Murray and A. Simpson and D. Patterson},
  journal={Acta Protozoologica},
  year={2002},
  volume={41}
}
Hamelin Pool in Western Australia is home to distinctive shallow-water marine benthic communities dominated by stromatolitesstructures formed by bacterial assemblages. We have sought to establish if the principal consumers of bacteria, the flagellates, form a distinctive community. We present observations of 87 species of flagellates, of which three are new (Notosolenus hamelini, Ploeotia laminae, Ancyromonas sinistra), and 15 (12 of which are dinoflagellates) have not been previously reported… Expand
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