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Red tide and paralytic shellfish poisoning in Papua New Guinea


Red tide and paralytic shellfish poisoning in Papua New Guinea



Papua New Guinea Agricultural Journal 24(4): 131-138



Atotal of 13 outbreaks of "red tide", the presence of certain toxic dinoflagellates in the sea, and/or paralytic shellfish poisoning which caused 10 known deaths and 160 treated illnesses during 18 years are reported from Papua New Guinea.

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