Aureoumbra lagunensis

Name Aureoumbra lagunensis
Class Pelagophyceae, NCBI Taxonomy
Size

Length: 4 - 6 µm

Width: 4 - 6 µm

Morphology Unicellular, coccoid
Toxic
Yes
Regime Open and coastal oceans
Strain Source CCMP1507




Aureoumbra lagunensis belongs to the class Pelagophyceae, a class with 11 genera, many monotypic, comprised only of marine species. They are very common and abundant in the open oceans and can form harmful blooms in coastal regions. Aureoumbra is a small, non-flagelated unicell. The organism forms persistent, dense brown tides in Texas embayments and lagoons. High cell densities cause severe reduction in light penetration and compromise the health of pelagic and benthic ecosystems.

Fosmid Ends

Aureoumbra lagunensis Fosmid Ends

 

fosmid Plate
Raw End Sequences Full Blast Results
(big files)
Best Blast Results
aur1f1_fp01
Fasta (8/14/06)
RawBlast.zip
Excel
aur1f1_fp02
Fasta (8/14/06)
  Excel