Gambierdiscus australes

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Gambierdiscus australes
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
(unranked): SAR
(unranked): Alveolata
Phylum: Dinoflagellata
Class: Dinophyceae
Order: Gonyaulacales
Family: Goniodomataceae
Genus: Gambierdiscus
Species: G. australes
Binomial name
Gambierdiscus australes
Chinain & Faust 1999

Gambierdiscus australes is a species of toxic (ciguatoxin- and maitotoxin-like toxicity) dinoflagellates. It is 76–93 μm long and 65–85 μm wide dorsoventrally and its surface is smooth. It is identified by a broad ellipsoid apical pore plate surrounded by 31 round pores. Its first plate occupies 30% of the width of the hypotheca.[1]

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  1. ^ Chinain, Mireille; Faust, Maria A.; Pauillac, Serge (1999). "MORPHOLOGY AND MOLECULAR ANALYSES OF THREE TOXIC SPECIES OF GAMBIERDISCUS (DINOPHYCEAE): G. PACIFICUS, SP. NOV., G. AUSTRALES, SP. NOV., AND G. POLYNESIENSIS, SP. NOV". Journal of Phycology. 35 (6): 1282–1296. doi:10.1046/j.1529-8817.1999.3561282.x. ISSN 0022-3646. 

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