Species composition and toxicity of the genus Pseudo-nitzschia in Taiwan Strait, including P. chiniana sp. nov. and P. qiana sp. nov.

@article{Huang2019SpeciesCA,
  title={Species composition and toxicity of the genus Pseudo-nitzschia in Taiwan Strait, including P. chiniana sp. nov. and P. qiana sp. nov.},
  author={Chun Xiu Huang and Huan Chang Dong and Nina Lundholm and Sing Tung Teng and Guangxue Zheng and Zhijun Tan and Po Teen Lim and Yang Li},
  journal={Harmful algae},
  year={2019},
  volume={84},
  pages={
          195-209
        }
}

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