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Hiddenocysta matsuokae gen. et sp. nov. from the Holocene of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Gurdebeke, P.R.; Mertens, K.N.; Meyvisch, P.; Bogus, K.; Pospelova, V.; Louwye, S. (2021). Hiddenocysta matsuokae gen. et sp. nov. from the Holocene of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Palynology 45(1): 103-114. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1080/01916122.2020.1750500
In: Palynology. American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists: Austin, Tex. etc.. ISSN 0191-6122; e-ISSN 1558-9188, meer
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Author keywords
    dinoflagellate cyst; taxonomy; North Pacific ocean; FTIR; wall composition; gonyaulacoid

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  • Gurdebeke, P.R., meer
  • Mertens, K.N., meer
  • Meyvisch, P., meer
  • Bogus, K.
  • Pospelova, V.
  • Louwye, S., meer

Abstract
    A new dinoflagellate cyst genus and species are described here as Hiddenocysta gen. nov. and Hiddenocysta matsuokae sp. nov. from Holocene sediments in a core from the west coast of Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada). The genus Hiddenocysta encompasses spherical to ovoid skolochorate cysts, characterized by a gonyaulacoid plate pattern and a 2P precingular archeopyle. The species H. matsuokae is characterized by a granular wall and slender trifurcate processes with heavily perforated process bases. Two end members are described here based on process morphology and number of processes (formas 1 and 2). Cyst wall chemistry is analyzed using micro-Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and reveals a unique dinosporin composition consistent with a gonyaulacoid autotrophic feeding strategy.

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