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Sequences [ 6 ]
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Division/Phylum: Haptophyta/Prymnesiophyta Class: Pavlovophyceae Order: Pavlovales
Culture(s):
Medium: f/2; Bacteria present; maintained by serial subculture;
Attributes
Authority(Droop) Bendif and Véron 2011
IsolatorDroop (1953)
Collection Sitepools nr. pier, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland, UK
Notes Name changed after Bendif et al. 2011.
Area Europe
Country UK
Environment Marine
Original Designation Millport 60
Pathogen Not pathogenic: Hazard Class 1
Special Uses used in aquaculture
Type Culture Yes
Equivalent StrainsCCMP1325,NEPCC 5,Plymouth 75,SAG 926-1,UTEX 1293
Other DesignationsSMBA 60
Synonyms Monochrysis lutheri , Pavlova lutheri
Formerly Listed in CCAP asPavlova lutheri (Droop) Green

CCAP 931/1

Diacronema lutheri

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