Prorocentrum, possibly Mesoporos (images added)

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Prorocentrum, possibly Mesoporos (images added)

Post by fpelectronica »

Hello
Chrysococcus?
Thanks
http://youtu.be/ookuSmZX0Ds
Francisco
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René
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Post by René »

Hi Francisco, this is a dinoflagellate bloom of Prorocentrum. Possibly Mesoporos, it's sometimes hard to see the characteristic pore in living material. Try to find an empty cell.
Make sure next time to also include brightfield images.

best wishes, René

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I do not know what it is, but the film cool

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Nice colors and flagelle movements!
Pau

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Nice video.

Rogelio

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Post by fpelectronica »

Thanks for your comments
René, thanks for the identification.
I post some images more:
http://youtu.be/z3iBoDRShXA
Francisco

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Post by René »

Nope, not Mesoporos. Prorocentrum, which one exactly is difficult to say. Maybe Bruce knows. Nice find, in any case.

Best wishes, René

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Thanks René

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