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D.acuminata2.TIF (Fig. 2. SEM. Oval and round cell with prominent areolae and rounded antapex.)
D.acuminata3.TIF (Fig. 3. SEM. Long and narrow cell: large areolae with pores. Antapex tapered and ventrally off-center. Small knob-shaped posterior protrusion present (arrow).)
D.acuminata4.TIF (Fig. 4. SEM. Long and narrow cell: smooth thecal surface with small scattered pores. Antapex ventrally off-center. Megacytic zone void of pores. Small knob-shaped posterior protrusions present (arrow). M=megacytic zone.)
D.acuminata5.TIF (Fig. 5. SEM. Long and narrow cell: areolae with pores. Tapered antapex.)
D.acuminata6.TIF (Fig. 6. LM. Long and narrow cell with large dorsal nucleus. Small, blunt projections on tapered antapex (arrow). N=nucleus.)
D.acuminata7.TIF (Fig. 7. LM. Elliptical cell with coarsely areolated thecal surface. Partially separated small, cap-like epitheca. E=epitheca.)
D.acuminata8.tif (Fig. 8. Line drawing.)
D.acuminata9.tif (Fig. 9. Line drawing.)

Dinophysis acuminata