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Takayama tuberculata

Takayama tuberculata
Scientific classification
T. tuberculata
Binomial name
Takayama tuberculata
de Salas, 2008

Takayama tuberculata is a species of unarmored dinoflagellates from the genus Takayama, being closely related to T. tasmanica. It was first isolated from the Australian region of the Southern Ocean, just north of the polar front. It is medium-sized and is characterized by its long ovoid cell shape and rather long apical groove. It is considered potentially ichthyotoxic.[1]


  1. ^ de Salas, Miguel F.; Laza-Martínez, Aitor; Hallegraeff, Gustaaf M. (2008). "Novel Unarmored Dinoflagellates from the Toxigenic Family Kareniaceae (Gymnodiniales): Five New Species Ofkarlodiniumand One Newtakayamafrom the Australian Sector of the Southern Ocean". Journal of Phycology. 44 (1): 241–257. doi:10.1111/j.1529-8817.2007.00458.x. ISSN 0022-3646. PMID 27041059. S2CID 25477095.

Further reading

  • Mooney, Ben D., et al. "Survey for karlotoxin production in 15 species of gymnodinioid dinoflagellates (Kareniaceae, Dinophyta) 1." Journal of Phycology45.1 (2009): 164-175.
  • Gu, Haifeng, et al. "Morphology, ultrastructure and phylogeny of Takayama xiamenensis sp. nov.(Gymnodiniales, Dinophyceae) from the East China Sea."Phycologia 52.3 (2013): 256-265.

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