IUCN threat status:

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Dinohysis acuta is a large, species with a pointed posterior margin and well developed sulcal lists with the left sulcal list widening towards the posterior end of the hypotheca. D. acuta is toxic and known to cause DSP (diarhetic shellfish poisoning).


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Source: Harmful Phytoplankton Project

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