Five additional species are reported including Borghiella tenuissima from Willow Creek, Palatinus apiculatis from a pond in Tiffin, Peridinium
weirzejskii from Sauerwein Pond at Heidelberg University in Tiffin, and Chimonodinium lomnickii and Kansodinium ambiguum from Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
In summer, planktonic chlorophytes from the genera Monoraphidium and Scenedesmus and dinoflagellates from the genus Peridinium
Phytoplankton species of Cosmarium species, Peridinium
species, Cymbella species, Synedra species, Nitzschia species, Navicula species, Microcystis species, Cyclotella species, Surirella species, Scenedesmus species, Oscilatoria species, Staurastrum species, Cymatopleura species, Oocystis species, Elakatothrix species, Pediastrum species, Schroederia species were also identified in this study.
aeruginosa, and Microcystis protocystis Crow, the filamentous species Oscillatoria sp., and the unicellular flagellates Peridinium
umbonatum Stein and Chlamydomonas sp., respectively.
The organism was identified by Harry Beal Torrey as the Peridinium
-- 1.1 Family: Peridiniaceae Peridinium
Species which had higher abundance in control station are Ostreopsis ovata, Coolia monotis, Prorocentrum lima, Pleurosigma sp., Peridinium
sp., Pinnularia sp., and Polykrikos sp.
FG Lo (Peridinium
sp.) was dominant in euphotic zone, at the transition zone, in June.
High abundance (1,460 cells/mL) of the dinoflagellate Peridinium
quinquecorne Abe was present in the water on June 9 as the dominant phytoplankton species.
sp.2 B 0.3 F P 1 Peridiniella danica (Paulsen) R 0.3 F P 1 Okolodkov et Dodge Peridinium
quinquecorne Abe * R,B 8.8 F P 1 Phalacroma acutum (Schutt) B 0.6 M P 1 Pavillard P.