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Islandinium pacificum sp. nov., a new dinoflagellate cyst from the upper Quaternary of the northeast Pacific

(2020) PALYNOLOGY. 44(1). p.80-93
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Round brown process-bearing cysts (RBPC) produced by dinoflagellates (Dinophyceae) occur as an important part of assemblage diversities in seafloor sediments worldwide. Here a new species, Islandinium pacificum, is described from surface sediment samples from coastal waters of British Columbia (Canada). Additional observations are made on material from the Holocene of Kyuquot Sound (Vancouver Island, Canada) and the Eemian of the Voring Plateau (North Atlantic). The cysts have a smooth wall and bear acuminate processes with barbs. Incubation experiments reveal an affinity with the motile stage Protoperidinium mutsuense. The ecology of the new species is specified.
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Round brown process-bearing cyst, taxonomy, cyst-theca relationship, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Saanich Inlet, MOTILE STAGE RELATIONSHIPS, NUNATSIAVUT FJORDS LABRADOR, SURFACE-WATER CONDITIONS, RECENT MARINE-SEDIMENTS, THECA RELATIONSHIP, PHYLOGENETIC POSITIONS, ABSOLUTE ABUNDANCE, BRITISH-COLUMBIA, SEA, DINOPHYCEAE

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Gurdebeke, Pieter, et al. “Islandinium Pacificum Sp. Nov., a New Dinoflagellate Cyst from the Upper Quaternary of the Northeast Pacific.” PALYNOLOGY, vol. 44, no. 1, 2020, pp. 80–93, doi:10.1080/01916122.2018.1549118.
APA
Gurdebeke, P., Mertens, K. N., Pospelova, V., Van Nieuwenhove, N., & Louwye, S. (2020). Islandinium pacificum sp. nov., a new dinoflagellate cyst from the upper Quaternary of the northeast Pacific. PALYNOLOGY, 44(1), 80–93. https://doi.org/10.1080/01916122.2018.1549118
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Gurdebeke, Pieter, Kenneth Neil Mertens, Vera Pospelova, Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove, and Stephen Louwye. 2020. “Islandinium Pacificum Sp. Nov., a New Dinoflagellate Cyst from the Upper Quaternary of the Northeast Pacific.” PALYNOLOGY 44 (1): 80–93. https://doi.org/10.1080/01916122.2018.1549118.
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Gurdebeke, Pieter, Kenneth Neil Mertens, Vera Pospelova, Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove, and Stephen Louwye. 2020. “Islandinium Pacificum Sp. Nov., a New Dinoflagellate Cyst from the Upper Quaternary of the Northeast Pacific.” PALYNOLOGY 44 (1): 80–93. doi:10.1080/01916122.2018.1549118.
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Gurdebeke P, Mertens KN, Pospelova V, Van Nieuwenhove N, Louwye S. Islandinium pacificum sp. nov., a new dinoflagellate cyst from the upper Quaternary of the northeast Pacific. PALYNOLOGY. 2020;44(1):80–93.
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P. Gurdebeke, K. N. Mertens, V. Pospelova, N. Van Nieuwenhove, and S. Louwye, “Islandinium pacificum sp. nov., a new dinoflagellate cyst from the upper Quaternary of the northeast Pacific,” PALYNOLOGY, vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 80–93, 2020.
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Islandinium pacificum sp. nov., a new dinoflagellate cyst from the upper Quaternary of the northeast Pacific},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01916122.2018.1549118},
  volume       = {44},
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