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D.fortii2.tif (Fig. 2. LM. Cell subovate with wide round posterior bottom (dorsal bulge) (arrows). Theca heavily areolated.)
D.fortii3.tif (Fig. 3. LM. Left sulcal list supported by three ribs (arrows). Convex dorsal margin; ventral margin at 110-120 degree angle to cingulum.)
D.fortii4.tif (Fig. 4. LM. Well developed cingular lists. Cap-like anterior cingular list forms wide and shallow cup with epitheca at its bottom. Chloroplasts are present. ACL=anterior cingular list; PCL=posterior cingular list.)
D.fortii5.tif (Fig. 5. Line drawing. Right sulcal list depicted. Thecal areolations and left sulcal list reticulations depicted. CL=cingular lists.)

Dinophysis fortii