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<- L. J. Stal, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ), the Netherlands; CCY1220. Sediment sample; Portugal, Inhao; sampling date: 2012. Assignment to the species Chroococcus sp. is preliminary. Comment of the depositor: "Chroococcus is a single cell cyanobacterium. It is usually found in colonies of two, four, or eight cells with a transparent protective covering sheath". Phototrophic. It cannot be excluded that the strain produces cyanobacterial toxins that can be dangerous to humans and pets. Non-axenic. (Medium 1673, 23°C, standing culture, 16 hours at 269 lux illumination, 8-hours dark period. Transfer interval of 8 weeks).