Dissodinium pseudolunula. East Passage (chlorophyll maximum layer), July 2015. Crescent shaped secondary cyst with dinospores. Ref: Horner 2002. Photo credit: Gabriela Hannach
Fig from: https://green2.kingcounty.gov/marine/Photo/Individual/2/421?photoId=1257
SoundToxins, a diverse partnership of Washington state shellfish and finfish growers, environmental learning centers, Native tribes, and Puget Sound volunteers, is a monitoring program designed to provide early warning of harmful algal bloom events in order to minimize both human health risks and economic losses to Puget Sound fisheries.