600-200 (CNRE-39P)

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Michael H. Schwarz, Stephen A. Smith 

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Amyloodinium ocellatum (abbr. A.ocellatum) is a marine dinoflagellate. While most marine dinoflagellates (small protozoan organisms) exist as free living members of the planktonic community, some such as A. ocellatum live at least a portion of their life cycle as parasitic organisms.

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Publication Date

February 22, 2019