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Seasonal fluctuation of chrysochromulina parva prymnesiophyceae in four ponds and lakes in the kinki district japan



Seasonal fluctuation of chrysochromulina parva prymnesiophyceae in four ponds and lakes in the kinki district japan



Japanese Journal of Phycology 37(2): 117-122



Chrysochromulina parva Lackey (1939) was collected in spring from Sengari Reservoir, Karasuhara Reservoir and Yasuba-ike Pond in Hyogo Prefecture, while in winter and spring from Lake Biwa in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. It appeared at high density of 21,000 cells/ml on 13 April 1982 in Sengari Reservoir and 59,000 cells/ml on 14 March 1983 in Yasuba-ike Pond. The distinctive feature of this species is its rapid increase and subsequent decrease in a short time. C. parva seems to prefer eutrophic waters and is classified as eurythermal.

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