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<- L. J. Stal, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ), the Netherlands; CCY15123. Sediment (one sand grain); The Netherlands, Schiermonikoog ; sampling date: 2015. Assignment to the species Synechococcus rubescens is preliminary. Comments of the depositor: "Synechococcus is a single cell picocyanobacteria. It is one of the most abundant photoautotrophs in temperate and tropical zones". Phototrophic. It cannot be excluded that the strain produces cyanobacterial toxins that can be dangerous to humans and pets. Non-axenic. (Medium 1678, 23°C, standing culture, 16 hours at 61 lux illumination, 8-hours dark period. Transfer interval of 8 weeks).