alexandrium

 n.m. Algue toxique.

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  • Alexandrium fundyense — Taxobox name = Alexandrium fundyense image caption = Alexandrium fundyense domain = Eukaryota regnum = Chromalveolata superphylum = Alveolata phylum = Dinoflagellata classis = Dinophyceae ordo = Gonyaulacales subordo = Gonyaulaceae genus =… …   Wikipedia

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