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Table 2

Cyanobacteria species found during the study period. Within bloom forming species the following ecological traits are indicated in bold: C= colonial morphology, F= filamentous morphology, S= scum forming bloom type, D= dispersive bloom type, and N= capability to develop heterocytes, the specialized cell where nitrogen fixation occurs.

Aphanocapsa delicatissima Wets and West
Aphanocapsa holsatica (Lemmermann) Cronberg et Komárek
Chroococcus minutus (Kützing) Nägeli
Coelomoron pusillum (Van Goor) Komárek
Merismopedia glauca (Ehrenberg) Kützing
Microcystis aeruginosa(Kützing) Kützing C, S
Microcystis natans Lemmermann ex Skuja
Microcystis smithii Komárek and Anagnostidis
Anabaenopsis arnoldiiAptekarj F, S, N
Dolichospermum circinale(Rabenh. ex Bornet and Flahault)F, S, N
Raphidiopsis curvataFritsch et. RichF, D
Raphidiopsis mediterranea Skuja
Glaucospiralaxissimacf. West
Lyngbya sp.
Phormidium sp.

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