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Division/Phylum: Dinophyta (= Pyrrhophyta) Class: Dinophyceae Order: Gonyaulacales
Medium: L1; Bacteria present; maintained by serial subculture; 15 deg C; lighting: >100 µE/M/sec
Authority(Lebour) Balech 1995
IsolatorBrown (2008)
Collection Site Stonehaven, Scotland, UK
ArchiveDate 2020-10-01 17:50:48
Notes Produces PSP toxins; Name confirmed March 2013 (ASSEMBLE)
Area Europe
Country UK
Environment Marine
Original Designation W08/023/01
Pathogen Not pathogenic: Hazard Class 1
Type Culture No

CCAP 1119/32

Alexandrium tamarense

  • Product Code: CCAP 1119/32
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