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The phytoplankton assemblages in Lake Trashmore, Virginia, a borrow pit, were dominated by centric diatoms and cyanobacteria, with seasonal pulses of cryptomonads, euglenoids, and chlorophyceans. Ninety species were identified and their abundance levels noted for a 12-month period.
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Original Publication Citation
Sheavly, S. B., & Marshall, H. G. (1989). Phytoplankton composition in a borrow pit lake in Virginia. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 102(1), 272-279. https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/34606863
Sheavly, Seba B. and Marshall, Harold G., "Phytoplankton Composition in a Borrow Pit Lake in Virginia" (1989). Biological Sciences Faculty Publications. 516.
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