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New Record for a Dinoflagellate Species (Citharistes regius Stein) in the Northern Levantine Basin (Eastern Mediterranean)

@article{Polat2004NewRF,
  title={New Record for a Dinoflagellate Species (Citharistes regius Stein) in the Northern Levantine Basin (Eastern Mediterranean)},
  author={Sevim Polat},
  journal={Turkish Journal of Botany},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={507-509}
}
  • S. Polat
  • Published 1 May 2004
  • Environmental Science
  • Turkish Journal of Botany
The presence of a dinoflagellate species, Citharistes regius Stein belonging to genus Citharistes Stein, is reported for the first time from the eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey. This species is also a first report for all Turkish seas and the Levantine Basin. Morphological characteristics of this species are described in detail and information about its ecological distribution is given. 

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