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Pyrocystis fusiformis is a non-motile, tropical, epipelagic, bioluminescent, marine dinoflagellate (flagellate microorganisms), reaching lengths of up to 1 mm. They are especially interesting to many because of their bioluminescent nature. In the coastal marine waters, this dinoflagellate causes glowing effects after dark.
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