(2008). Pyrodinium bahamense var. doi: 10.2216/i0031-8884-19-4-329.1. Occurrence of Pyrodinium bahamense var. The group of toxins that are released by Pyrodinium bahamense are known as saxitoxins. 19, 77–92. Ecol. (2015). Mar. In Mexican coasts, P. bahamense has co-occurred with the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia spp. A. INTRODUCTION Harmful algae … compressum and the non-toxic var. The data obtained so far on P. bahamense spatial and population variability in Mexican Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico, suggest a seasonal and latitudinal pattern. In the genus Alexandrium the highest mortalities have been caused by A. catenella ( Lagos, 2003 ), causing 10 M USD losses in salmon industry ( Mardones et al., 2015 ). Shelf Res. (2012); Morquecho et al. doi: 10.1016/0141-1136(86)90040-1. Cortés-Altamirano, R., Hernández-Becerril, D. U., and Luna-Soria, R. (1995). Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., Pérez-Cruz, B., Días-Ortiz, J., and Band-Schmidt, C. J. Peña-Manjarrez, J. L., Gaxiola-Castro, G., Helenes-Escamilla, J., and Orellana-Cepeda, E. (2001). was until recently thought to be non-toxic (Steidinger and Tangen 1997). Inst. Harmful Algae 7, 664–670. II 49, 2533–2560. Toxin production in a Malaysian isolate of the toxic dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense var. 2. Seliger, H. H., Carpenter, J. H., Loftus, M., Biggley, W. H., and McElroy, W. D. (1971). J. Phycol. By comparison, Gymnodinium catenatum is another toxic species linked with PSP deaths in Mexico, from 1989 to 2015 has caused, in some localities of the Gulf of California, 37 human PSP cases and three fatalities (Mee et al., 1986; Cortés-Altamirano and Núñez-Pasten, 1992; Núñez-Vázquez et al., 2016). Licea, S., Zamudio, M. E., Luna, R., and Soto, J. Biological procedures to clean and concentrate cysts (Matsuoka and Fukuyo, 2000) has been used for identification, quantification, germination assays, and strains establishment. A Practical Handbook of Sea-water Analysis. bahamense. In Mexico, P. bahamense studies focus on the vegetative stage taxonomy, occurrence, and distribution, as well as HABs recordings. Usup, G., Ahmad, A., Matsuoka, K., Lim, T., and Leaw, C. P. (2012). (2008); Limoges et al. An. CICIMAR Océanides 28, 37–42. Biol. SEAFOOD SAFETY Sterols, which are membrane‐reinforcing lipids in eukaryotes, display a great diversity of structures in dinoflagellates, with some serving as chemotaxonomic markers. Received: 01 July 2018; Accepted: 07 January 2019;Published: 23 January 2019. Prog. 3, 49–55. “Fitoplancton marino potencialmente nocivo en las aguas costeras de Campeche,” in Golfo de México, Contaminación e Impacto Ambiental: Diagnóstico y Tendencias, eds A. V. Botello, J. Rendón von Osten, J. Pyrodinium bahamense is characterized by a high bioluminescence (Seliger et al., 1971), a heterothallic sexual cycle (Wall and Dale, 1969), and a simple toxins profile (dc-STX, STX, neoSTX, B1 and B2) (Usup et al., 2012). doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.01.009. 52 Pyrodinium bahamense Plate 1906 is a tropical to subtropical dinoflagellate that can 53 cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP). doi: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.2010.00815.x. Pyrodinium bahamense has caused the highest number of intoxications (819 cases), followed by Alexandrium spp. MATERIALS AND METHOD The culture and isolation of Pyrodinium bahamense var. Diverse phytoplankton-bacterial interactions have also led to studies on their potential as biocontrol tools for HABs mitigation. Cienc. View all An association between Pyrodinium bahamense occurrence and mangroveforests has been suggested, although, the presence of mangrove … A radioassay method, i.e. In 1980, the species taxonomic status was raised to variety, based on morphological variations in the motile stage, the capability of PSP toxin production, and the geographic distribution (Steidinger et al., 1980). Environmental forcing on the flux of organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts in recent sediments from a subtropical lagoon in the Gulf of California. Landsberg et al. Pyrodinium bahamense, along with many other dinoflagellates, are known for secreting toxins that cause Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP). An. Nac. Ser. doi: 10.1515/bot-2012-0171, Morquecho, L., Alonso-Rodríguez, R., and Martínez-Tecuapacho, G. A. A. Benítez, and G. Gold-Bouchot (Mérida: UAC), 117–132. Pyrodinium bahamense produces saxitoxins and can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP). The data obtained so far on P. bahamense spatial and population variability in Mexican Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico, suggest a seasonal and latitudinal pattern. Although it was widely believed that the compressum variety is toxic and found in the Pacific while the bahamense variety is nontoxic and found in the Atlantic, a 1972 toxic algal bloom of Pyrodinium bahamense in Papua New Guinea showed that P. bahamense could also be toxic. Pyrodinium bahamense. Throndsen, J. Toxic and harmful marine phytoplankton and microalgae (HABs) in Mexican Coasts. Shelf. Concerning ambient variables, the record of in situ hydrological variables such as temperature and salinity are the most common, while nutrients rarely are considered. compressum have been identified, it will then serve as a unique identifier for this species. doi: 10.1515/bot-2013-0121. Pollut. However, based on morphologic and phylogenetic analysis of specimens (motile and cyst stages) from 13 coastal areas of various tropical and subtropical waters, Mertens et al. (1991). The identification of the causal species Pyrodinium bahamense var. Introduction . Prog. First record of vegetative cells of Pyrodinium bahamense (Gonyalucales: Goniodomataceae) in the Gulf of California. Sci. Toxin production of a Malaysian isolate of the toxic red tide dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense var. Herein, we report the effect of cadmium, a biotoxic metal, to cell cultures of Pbc. Limnol. This species has caused more human illnesses and fatalities than any other toxic dinoflagellate in Mexico. In living cysts, the yellow-green cytoplasm encloses a red accumulation body (Figure 1D) and numerous starch grains (Morquecho et al., 2014). Univ. Alexandrium spp., however, are the most abundant and widespread producer … Biol. (2011). “Physiology and bloom dynamics of the tropical dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense,” in Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms, eds D. M. Anderson, A. D. Cembella, and G. M. Hallegraeff (Berlin: Springer Verlag), 81–94. 322, 99–115. bahamense in coastal waters of Florida. 23, 329–340. Available at: https://www.gob.mx/cofepris/documentos/presencia-de-marea-roja-en-costas-nacionales-durante-2003 [accessed September 27, 2018]. Hallegraeff, G. M. (2010). 1980, Balech 1985, Azanza and Taylor 2001). This species has caused more human illnesses and fatalities than any other paralytic shellfish toxin (PST) producing dinoflagellate, with a spate of toxic blooms in the Indo-Pacific and the Pacific coast of Central America (Usup et al., 2012). A. Sournia (Paris: UNESCO), 191–196. Martínez-López, A., Ulloa-Pérez, E., and Escobedo-Urias, D. (2007). doi: 10.1016/j.hal.2011.10.026. It is worth noting that although Mertens et al. 33, 240–247. The “hystrichosphaerid” resting spore of the dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense plate 1906. bahamense by This method allowed working at low cell density of Pyrodinium bahamense var compressum (∼10 2-10 3 cells/L) representative of early stages of toxic algal blooms. Because toxic Pyrodinium blooms can contaminate fish and shellfish and threaten public health, the FWC leads routine monitoring programs for P. bahamense in Tampa Bay and the Indian River Lagoon, the systems in which annual blooms occur. Núñez-Vázquez, E. J., Band-Schmidt, C. J., Hernández-Sandoval, F. E., Bustillos-Guzmán, J. J., López-Cortés, D. J., et al. Méx. Mex. Cuellar-Martínez, T. C. (2018). Phytoplankton samples are collected weekly and abundances ≥5 × 103 cells L-1 of P. bahamense are considered a potential indicator of toxins accumulation in shellfish1. Blooms occurred typically during summer rainy season (June through September), inside of restricted shallow lagoons surrounded by mangrove forests. (1993); Gómez-Aguirre (1998a,b); Ronsón-Paulin (1999); Peña-Manjarrez et al. Basic water quality sonde or CTD is the regular multiparameter equipment to record these variables. Monitoring for food safety on the coasts of Mexico, with particular emphasis on aquaculture areas or the exploitation of marine products, requires essential adjustments to validate and strengthen the management and decision-making database. (2018). Observations on Pyrodinium bahamense Plate, a toxic dinoflagellate, in Papua New Guinea J. L. Maclean Department of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries, Fisheries Research Station, Kanudi, Papua New Guinea Abstract Pyrodinium bahamense, a dinoflagellate causing paralytic shellfish poisoning, is widely doi: 10.21829/abm100.2012.41, Mee, L. D., Espinosa, M., and Díaz, G. (1986). Satellite ocean-color observations of the tropical Pacific Ocean. This gulf has an average and a maximum water depth of ∼250 m and ∼1,000 m, respectively (Vásquez-Bedoya et al., 2008). All the cultures and isolation procedures were carried out under aseptic In contrast, in the southern Gulf of California, moderate (63–151 × 103 cells L-1), and short-term blooms are influenced by a short summer rainy season (August–September), relatively high seawater temperature (25–32°C), typical salinity (31–36 ups), intense sunlight, and relatively high concentrations of ammonium (0.37–33.04 μM) and phosphates (0.68–2.87 μM); the last one, in turn, depending on rainfall and runoff and seems stronger on the eastern side of the gulf (Morquecho et al., 2012). An. Taxonomic re-examination of the toxic armored dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense Plate 1906: can morphology or LSU sequencing separate P. bahamense var. Prog. The requirements of P. reticulatum for selenium, iron and cobalt were assessed in culture. Cuadernos de Investigación UNED 7, 39–48. Waiwood, B. Are Pyrodinium blooms in the Southeast Asian region recurring and spreading? Front. Interactions or environmental factors that may promote these co-occurrence has not yet been clarified. (2006). Cysts germination exhibit thermophilic (20–35°C with the peak between 25 and 30°C) and euryhaline characteristics (salinities from 20 to 35 ups). Mex. • Develop morphological, ecotoxicological, and genetic studies with strains from several geographical regions of Mexico and Central America, which are needed to accept or modify the current species taxonomic status, as well as, corroborate populations autoecology and toxicity. To date, it has been demonstrated that cysts have a broader distribution in southern Gulf of California, primarily in restricted coastal lagoons, where it is the dominant morphotype (33–86%) (Morquecho et al., 2012; Cuellar-Martínez, 2018; Cuellar-Martínez et al., 2018). An. Pyrodinium is well known for producing Paralytic Shellfish Toxins, e.g. Estimation at global scale from satellite (coastal zone colour scanner) chlorophyll. Mar. For example, the dinoflagellate may develop persistent moderate and massive toxic blooms in Guerrero, Oaxaca, and Chiapas coastal margin (Figure 1), which is characterized by a large-scale hydrological and atmospheric influence (Table 1); while in the southern Gulf of California, moderate blooms are restricted to coastal lagoons inhabited by mangroves, and develop only during the summer and the short-term rainy period. Latinoam. Mex. Publica. Mar. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., and González-Armas, R. (2011). Cortés-Altamirano, R., and Núñez-Pasten, A. PSP outbreaks linked with P. bahamense in the Gulf of Tehuantepec from 1989 to 2007, caused at least ∼200 human cases, with 15 fatalities. A. Benítez, and G. Gold-Bouchot (Mérida: UAC),161–180. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, (1978). “Impactos de los FAN en la salud pública y animal (silvestres y de cultivo) en el Golfo de California,” in Florecimientos Algales Nocivos en México, eds E. García-Mendoza, S. I. Quijano-Scheggia, A. Olivos-Ortiz, and E. J. Núñez-Vázquez (Ensenada: CICESE), 196–212. Organic-walled dinoflagellate cyst distribution in the Gulf of Mexico. doi: 10.19136/kuxulkab.a23n46.2556. Salud en Tabasco 12, 414–422. (Morquecho, 2008), and other dinoflagellates such as Ceratium furca, C. dens, Dinophysis caudata, G. catenatum, Margalefidinium polykrikoides, Polykrikos sp., Prorocentrum lima, P. gracile, Protoperidinium oceanicum and P. pellucidum (Terán-Suárez et al., 2006; Gárate-Lizárraga et al., 2011; Meave-del Castillo et al., 2012). Mertens, K. N., Wolny, J., Carbonell-Moore, C., Bogus, K., Ellegaard, M., Limoges, A., et al. Southeast Mexican Pacific has been the most affected area, particularly the Gulf of Tehuantepec, as well as Guerrero and Michoacán (Figure 1 and Table 1). del Mar y Limnol. *Correspondence: Lourdes Morquecho, lamorquecho@cibnor.mx, Front. A. Hidrobiológica 18, 15–23. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., Pérez-Cruz, B., Díaz-Ortiz, J. The marine dinoflagellate Protoceratium reticulatum has been recently identified as a source for the disulfated polyether toxin, yessotoxin (YTX), and may pose a risk to human health, aquaculture development and coastal environments. compressum and violet oyster in Bahía de Acapulco. 46, 220–235. Mex. Mar. Conversus 9, 22–26. compressa (Böhm) stat. Notas sobre algunos dinoflagelados planctónicos marinos de México con descripción de nuevas especies. Nac. Pyrodinium bahamense var. ready to germinate. Merino-Virgilio, F. C., Okolodkov, Y. 61, 289–293. These are Pyrodinium bahamense and Gymnodinium catenatum (Mons et al., 1998). Riqueza fitoplanctónica de la bahía de Acapulco y zona costera aledaña, Guerrero, México. Based on differences in the morphology 54 of the motile stage, as well as geographic distribution, this species was separated 55 into two varieties, the toxic var. “Introducción general,” in Florecimientos Algales Nocivos en México, eds E. García-Mendoza, S. I. Quijano-Scheggia, A. Olivos-Ortiz, and E. J. Núñez-Vázquez (Ensenada: CICESE), 10–20. Pyrodinium bahamense blooms associated with human PSP outbreaks and wildlife mortalities in Mexican Pacific. Hazard Subst. Box 60, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 37132, Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, P. O. (2015) demonstrated that there is no consistent criterion to separate unequivocally both varieties based only in morphology. The Gulf of tehuantepec and adjacent areas: spatial and temporal variation of satellite-derived photosynthetic pigments. Permanent records of hydrological variables, climate signals, harmful species abundance, seasonal variation, impacts in human and environmental health, as well as economic activities are essential to implement early warnings and minimize impacts. 470, 207–233. (2012). Paleontol. Cysts of Lingulodinium polyedrum, red tide producing organism in the Todos Santos Bay (Winter–Spring, 2000). The entity most affected was Oaxaca, followed by Guerrero and Chiapas (COFEPRIS, 2018). (1969). (2011). (2007). Autón. Dinoflagellate cyst distribution in surface sediments along the south-western Mexican coast (14.76°N to 24.75°N). Enter your email address below and we will send you your username, If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username, orcid.org/http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8705-2270, I have read and accept the Wiley Online Library Terms and Conditions of Use. CICIMAR Oceánides 26, 67–71. compressum and Pyrodinium bahamanse var. 6:1. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00001. 55, 611–623. Thank you. doi: 10.4319/lo.1971.16.4.0608, Steidinger, K. A., Tester, L. S., and Taylor, F. J. R. (1980). Morphology of Pyrodinium bahamense plate (Dinoflagellata) near Isla San José, Gulf of California, Mexico. compressum were carried out based on the methods described by Guillard (1975) and Guillard and Morton (2004). The poisoning was traced to ingestion of the green mussel Perna viridis Linnaeus, gathered from Balete Bay, Mati, Davao Oriental. The scientific name of this unique dinoflagellate is Pyrodinium bahamense. “Florecimientos algales nocivos en las aguas costeras del norte de Yucatán (2001–2013),” in Golfo de México, Contaminación e Impacto Ambiental: Diagnóstico y Tendencias, eds A. V. Botello, J. Rendón von Osten, J. García-Mendoza, E., Quijano-Scheggia, S. I., Olivos-Ortiz, A., Núñez-Vázquez, E. J., and Pérez-Morales, A. For the northern part of the Gulf of Tehuantepec, the dinoflagellate dominates in the upper productivity zone associated with seasonal upwelling (Vásquez-Bedoya et al., 2008). (2016). From tropical to subtropical regions, the abundance, seasonality, and species distribution, tends to decrease. Gaithersburg, MD: AOAC International. Micropaleontol. Short-term perspectives about scientific research and monitoring activities related with P. bahamense populations in Mexico and Central America may include: • Design and implement an interdisciplinary, specific and permanent monitoring program that consider meroplanktonic characteristic of the species and ecosystems comparison. For sample preservation, both Lugol and neutralized formalin are used (Throndsen, 1978), and in few cases, the combination of these fixatives is considered to preserve samples for long periods. Pyrodinium bahamense. Available at: https://www.geotop.ca/upload/files/laboratoires/laboratoire-de-micropaleontologie-et-palynologie-marine-uqam/Micropal_Methods_2010.pdf. Guillard, R. R. L. (1978). Harmful Algae News 45, 2–3. Paralytic shellfish poisoning with a Gymnodinium catenatum red tide on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. doi: 10.1016/j.hal.2014.09.010, Morquecho, L. (2008). Sci., 23 January 2019 Matsuoka, K., and Fukuyo, Y. 37, 343–352. Ambio 30, 356–364. The thecate Pyrodinium bahamense is a very important member of paralytic shellfish toxin (PST)-producing marine dinoflagellates especially in tropical waters. toxic dinoflagellate, Pyrodinium bahamense var. Factors associated with moderate blooms of Pyrodinium bahamense in shallow and restricted subtropical lagoons in the Gulf of California. The species naturally produces the toxin, but as the lagoon gains excess nutrients via runoff from land, the algae have the potential to bloom more often and severely, leading to more saxitoxins being introduced into the food web. Marine sediments are collected with gravitational corers or boxes, and scuba dive is also used to collect surface sediments or corers by hand. Gómez-Aguirre, S. (1998b). “Counting slides,” in Phytoplankton Manual Monographs on Oceanographic Methodology, Vol. PSP has a 15% mortality rate in the human population it effects. This document lists algae , algal toxins, and other pathogens in the One Health Harmful Algal Bloom Vargas-Montero, M., Freer-Bustamante, E., Guzmán, J. C., and Vargas, J. C. (2008). compressa. (2013). Maciel-Baltazar, E. (2015). (1992). doi: 10.21149/spm.v57i4.7578, Antoine, D., André, J. M., and Morel, A. (2011, 2013); Meave-del Castillo et al. Blooms of Pyrodinium bahamense var. Critical elements such as environmental factors, specifically removal of top-down predators and a change from eutrophic to oligotrophic conditions, likely promote the dominance and toxicity of P. bahamense in Florida (Walsh et al., 2011). Micropaleontol. Pyrodinium bahamense and other toxic dinoflagellates are significantly impacting human and environmental health, as well as having significant impact on economic activities. B., Aguilar-Trujillo, A. C., Osorio-Moreno, I., and Herrera-Silveira, J. Palynol. From 1989 to 2007 shellfish toxicity reached concentrations above the permissible limits for human consumption (800 μg STX eq kg-1), and consequently caused 200 human cases, with 15 fatalities (Hernández-Becerril et al., 2007). Bull. Mex. A view at the end of the millennium. Azanza, R. V., and Taylor, F. J. R. (2001). Also, the in vitro germination is improved in growth medium enriched with terrestrial soil extract and selenium. Free-living dinoflagellates in the southern Gulf of Mexico: report of data (1979–2002). A., and Martínez-Rodríguez, V. M. (2015). Cont. Auton. Pyrodinium bahamense has caused more human illnesses and fatalities than any other PST producing dinoflagellate in Mexico (Table 1). Until now short-term studies have been undertaken, and there is no permanent scientific monitoring. Usup et al. (2006) demonstrated that saxitoxin is associated with Pyrodinium bahamense in the IRL after a series of human illnesses were traced to IRL puffer fish. Even though, no relationship has been established between blooms and these cycles, the enhanced delivery of nutrients into the coastal waters could be a factor (Usup et al., 2012). A. Sournia (Paris: UNESCO), 184. Fire said researchers have only known about Pyrodinium bahamense’s toxicity in the IRL since the early 2000s. 6, ed. Ser. Scale bars = 20 μm. doi: 10.1016/j.hal.2003.08.003. By contrast, due to its similarity with the cysts of other dinoflagellates, the resting stage may be confused with other species. Salud. It produces a bioluminescence as bright as the one in Vieques island . Harmful Algae 8, 3–13. 31, 891–911. Vásquez-Bedoya, L. F., Radi, T., Ruiz-Fernández, A. C., de Vernal, A., Machain-Castillo, M. L., Kielt, J. F., et al. Análisis retrospectivo y posibles causas de las mareas rojas tóxicas en el litoral del sureste mexicano (Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas). Salud. According to Balech (1985), P. bahamense cells are polyhedral and irregularly rounded, with strong crests along the sutures and tend to be compressed when they are in chains. 621, 548–557. Box 60, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 37132, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 100 8th Avenue SE, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33701, J.D. Copyright © 2019 Morquecho. Micropaleontological Preparation Techniques and Analyses. (2006); Martínez-López et al. 6, ed. Most cells have a well-developed left antapical spine and a smaller right spine that is an extension of the sulcal list (Figure 1A). It is found in marine waters that have more than 20 psu of salinity and are warmer than 22 °C (72 °F). 52, 419–428. 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