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Observations on a bloom of Gyrodinium aureolum Hulbert on the south coast of Ireland, summer 1976, associated with mortalities of littoral and sub-littoral organisms
Ottway, B.; Parker, M.; McGrath, D.; Crowley, M.F. (1979). Observations on a bloom of Gyrodinium aureolum Hulbert on the south coast of Ireland, summer 1976, associated with mortalities of littoral and sub-littoral organisms. Irish Fish. Investig. Ser. B. 18: 3-9
In: Irish Fisheries Investigations. Series B (Marine). Stationery Office: Dublin. ISSN 0578-7467, more

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Keywords
    Mortality causes; Red tides; Arenicola marina (Linnaeus, 1758) [WoRMS]; Gyrodinium aureolum E.M.Hulburt, 1957 [WoRMS]; ANE, Ireland [Marine Regions]; Marine

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  • Ottway, B.
  • Parker, M.
  • McGrath, D.
  • Crowley, M.F.

Abstract
    In late July and early August 1976, kills of lugworm (Arenicola marina and other marine life were reported from several areas of the south coast of Ireland. These reports were investigated and further field observations made. The mortalities were associated with a bloom of the naked dinoflagellate G. aureolum. The possible origins of the bloom and its movement along the coast are discussed

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