Dinoflagellates and Tintinnids in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico
The dinoflagellates and tintinnids collected with a 35 µ-mesh plankton net between May and September, 1964, are discussed in this paper. Most of the plankton samples were collected off Panama City, Florida; in one cruise samples were taken between west Florida and Galveston, Texas. About 115 species of dinoflagellates and 55 species of tintinnids, recorded for the first time from the Gulf of Mexico, were identified in this study.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1967-06-01
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