Azanza, R. V., and Taylor, F. J. R. (2001). For the Gulf of Mexico, the annual temperature (approximately 25–28°C) is the most critical factor that controls nearshore cyst distribution and where P. bahamense achieve very high abundances, notably on the west Florida shelf and in the Mexican lagoons (Limoges et al., 2013). doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.01.009. (2014); Alonso-Rodríguez et al. Phycol. 57, 1–133. Waiwood, B. In this mini-review, the most significant information about Pyrodinium bahamense in Mexico since 1942 to date is summarized and analyzed. (2007); Morquecho (2008); Vásquez-Bedoya et al. Harmful Algae 3, 39–49. Inst. AOAC (1995). (2008). Cienc. Most cells have a well-developed left antapical spine and a smaller right spine that is an extension of the sulcal list (Figure 1A). SEAFOOD SAFETY Pyrodinium bahamense in Mexico: (A) Distribution map based on data documented by: Osorio-Tafall (1942); Martínez-Hernández and Hernández-Campos (1991); Saldate-Castañeda et al. Fire said researchers have only known about Pyrodinium bahamense’s toxicity in the IRL since the early 2000s. 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). A view at the end of the millennium. Harmful Algae 8, 3–13. Cont. Les Cahiers du GEOTOP No 3, 3rd Edn. Other clearly distinct dinoflagellates have also been recognised as sources of the STXs. Deep Sea Res. Peña-Manjarrez, J. L., Gaxiola-Castro, G., Helenes-Escamilla, J., and Orellana-Cepeda, E. (2001). Copyright © 2019 Morquecho. Ser. Terán-Suárez, J. M., Castro, G. V., Mayor-Nucamendi, H. F., and Brito-López, J. Fire said researchers have only known about Pyrodinium bahamense's toxicity in the IRL since the early 2000s. A. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Univ. Poot-Delgado, C. A., Rosado-García, P. I., and Guzmán-Noz, Y. To date, there is only a single published study on its fatty acids, but no published data on its sterol composition. Oceanogr. Harmful Algae News 45, 2–3. The requirements of P. reticulatum for selenium, iron and cobalt were assessed in culture. Thank you. Blooms of P. bahamense are generally aperiodic and unpredictable (Usup et al., 2012); nevertheless, on a large temporal scale, there is some evidence that significant blooms overlap with peaks of El Niño and La Niña cycles (Maclean, 1989; Usup and Azanza, 1998; Phlips et al., 2006). Pyrodinium bahamense is a dinoflagellate of concern in subtropical and tropical coastal environments. A Practical Handbook of Sea-water Analysis. Pyrodinium bahamense. doi: 10.1029/95GB02832. 470, 207–233. doi: 10.2216/i0031-8884-19-4-329.1. 19, 77–92. This species has caused more human illnesses and fatalities than any other toxic dinoflagellate in Mexico. Pollut. Oceanic primary production. (2012). Biology, ecology and bloom dynamics of the toxic marine dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense. Martínez-Hernández, E., and Hernández-Campos, H. (1991). Auton. Scale bars = 20 μm. Res. Organic-walled dinoflagellate cyst distribution in the Gulf of Mexico. Global change and the future of harmful algal blooms in the ocean. Sterols, which are membrane‐reinforcing lipids in eukaryotes, display a great diversity of structures in dinoflagellates, with some serving as chemotaxonomic markers. The editor and reviewers' affiliations are the latest provided on their Loop research profiles and may not reflect their situation at the time of review. Satellite ocean-color observations of the tropical Pacific Ocean. Notas sobre algunos dinoflagelados planctónicos marinos de México con descripción de nuevas especies. 525 Depuration of paralytic shellfish toxins by giant scallops from the bay of Fundy, Canada. Florecimientos de dinoflagelados nocivos en la costa Pacífica de Costa Rica. Usup, G., Ahmad, A., Matsuoka, K., Lim, T., and Leaw, C. P. (2012). 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. Rev. Received: 01 July 2018; Accepted: 07 January 2019;Published: 23 January 2019. Ser. Mar. These poisons contaminate shellfish and small fish species which, when consumed, result in paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP). 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 (Hern… In Gulf of Tehuantepec, and Gulf of Mexico P. bahamense cysts are also one of most dominant morphotype. A. Benítez, and G. Gold-Bouchot (Mérida: UAC), 117–132. Nac. Ottawa: Canadian Science Publishing. Paralytic shellfish poisoning with a Gymnodinium catenatum red tide on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Publica. In the southern Gulf of Mexico, P. bahamense appears to have a continuous distribution and occurrence in a wide salinity range (3–38 ups) throughout the year, reaching densities of up to 1.5 × 106 cells L-1 Gómez-Aguirre (1998a). García-Mendoza, E., Quijano-Scheggia, S. I., Olivos-Ortiz, A., Núñez-Vázquez, E. J., and Pérez-Morales, A. NORSWater@cdc.gov 2 . (2011). Pyrodinium bahamense produces saxitoxins and can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP). Ecol. For quantitative analysis, light microscopy is used to estimate the cell density by the Utermöhl (Hasle, 1978) or Sedgewick-Rafter (Guillard, 1978) methods. This gulf has an average and a maximum water depth of ∼250 m and ∼1,000 m, respectively (Vásquez-Bedoya et al., 2008). The optimal salinity is considered to be around 35 psu and the optimum temperature is 28 °C (82 °F). Dinoflagellate cyst distribution in surface sediments along the south-western Mexican coast (14.76°N to 24.75°N). Pyrodinium bahamense produces saxitoxins and can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP). (E) Empty cyst showing chorate processes. Sci. In Mexican coasts, P. bahamense has co-occurred with the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia spp. Diverse phytoplankton-bacterial interactions have also led to studies on their potential as biocontrol tools for HABs mitigation. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, doi: 10.7773/cm.v27i4.501, Peña-Manjarrez, J. L., Helenes, J., Gaxiola-Castro, G., and Orellana-Cepeda, E. (2005). This species have caused more human illnesses and fatalities than any other PST producing dinoflagellates. (1991). An. Cortés-Altamirano, R., Muñoz-Cabrera, L., and Sotomayor-Navarro, O. Pyrodinium bahamense, is one of the most critical harmful algal bloom (HABs) organisms in South Asian coastal waters (Mertens et al., 2015). Eutrophication and harmful algal blooms: a scientific consensus. Heisler, J., Glibert, P. M., Burkholder, J. M., Anderson, D. M., Cochlan, W., Dennison, W. C., et al. A multi-species dinoflagellate bloom and shellfish toxicity in Costa Grande, Guerrero, Mexico (December, 2010). Global Biogeochem. According to the registry of Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS, by its acronym in Spanish) of the 118 HABs that have been reported from 2004 to 2014 in Mexico, 12% were linked to P. bahamense. 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Sterols, which are membrane‐reinforcing lipids in eukaryotes, display a great diversity of structures in dinoflagellates, with some serving as chemotaxonomic markers. Pyrodinium was first discovered in 1906 in the waters around New Providence Island in the Bahamas. compressum and Pyrodinium bahamanse var. Tokyo: WESTPAC-HAB/WESTPAC/ IOC. The colorless wall is bi-layered, with a scabrate outer surface and a smooth inner surface. compressum and the non-toxic var. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., Díaz-Ortiz, J. Latinoam. 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 ). compressum were carried out based on the methods described by Guillard (1975) and Guillard and Morton (2004). The distribution of dinoflagellate cysts with their vegetative stage is broad, mainly along Mexican Pacific coasts from the central Gulf of California to Chiapas, as well as in the southern Gulf of Mexico and the Mexican Caribbean Sea on the Atlantic coast. At that time, it was believed that the species had a distribution restricted to the Bahamas; however, at present, the vegetative stage (Figures 1B,C) is distributed in almost all coastal margin of Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of California, and Mexican Pacific (Figure 1A). A redescription of Pyrodinium bahamense var. (2011). doi: 10.19136/kuxulkab.a23n46.2556. Leblond, Department of Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, P. O. Mar. doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2006.03.012, Phlips, E. J., Badylak, S., Bledsoe, E., and Cichra, M. (2006). Alonso-Rodríguez, R., Mendoza-Amézquita, E., Velásquez-López, S. A., Seim, J. is known to be toxic and has been responsible for outbreaks of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) in the Indo-Pacific (Steidinger et al. nov. from Pacific red tides. In Mexico, P. bahamense studies focus on the vegetative stage taxonomy, occurrence, and distribution, as well as HABs recordings. The toxicity of the dinoflagellates is due to a mixture of STX derivatives of which the composition differs per producing species and/or per region of occurrence. Fu, F. X., Tatters, A. O., and Hutchins, D. A. Vásquez-Bedoya, L. F., Radi, T., Ruiz-Fernández, A. C., de Vernal, A., Machain-Castillo, M. L., Kielt, J. F., et al. The full text of this article hosted at iucr.org is unavailable due to technical difficulties. Organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts and benthic foraminifera in coastal sediments of the last century from the Gulf of Tehuantepec, South Pacific Coast of Mexico. Environ. Once the most conserved region of Pyrodinium bahamense var. Taxonomic re-examination of the toxic armored dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense Plate 1906: can morphology or LSU sequencing separate P. bahamense var. The gonyaulacoid dinoflagellates of the genus, Alexandrium and Pyrodinium, as well as a single gymnodinoid species, Gymnodinium catenatum, are known to synthesize STX []. 69, 13–22. Mex. It produces a bioluminescence as bright as the one in Vieques island . The effect of harmful algae could be increasing and expand as a consequence of increasing local marine eutrophication (Heisler et al., 2008) and ocean climate change (Hallegraeff, 2010). doi: 10.3354/meps322099, Phlips, E. J., Badylak, S., Youn, S., and Kelley, K. (2004). Hallegraeff, G. M. (2010). (1999). The local winds “tehuanos”, and currents systems can move the dinoflagellate towards Mexico along the Central Pacific Coast through the Costa Rica Current Flow and Mexican Western Current (Vargas-Montero et al., 2008). doi: 10.3354/meps10047. Gaithersburg, MD: AOAC International. Pyrodinium bahamense var. Investigación y Ciencia de la Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes 68, 91–96. compressum and violet oyster in Bahía de Acapulco. Basic methodologies such as water samplers (quantitative analysis), plankton nets (20 μm, qualitative analysis), as well as, segmented tubes are applied to obtain marine phytoplankton sample collection at the superficial level or along the water column. 69, 285–317. Working off-campus? (2016). Impact Factor 3.661 | CiteScore 4.4More on impact ›, Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in Latin America doi: 10.1515/bot-2013-0121. was until recently thought to be non-toxic (Steidinger and Tangen 1997). compressum. 33, 240–247. Mar. The author participated in all the activities of research: data collection, analyses, interpretation of the results, and manuscript writing. Cuadernos de Investigación UNED 7, 39–48. bahamense by (2018). While saxitoxin production is usually attributed to Pyrodinium itself, there is also evidence that the synthesis of the neurotoxin is accomplished by various genera of endosymbiotic bacteria within Pyrodinium cells … 55, 611–623. Phycologia 19, 329–337. 16, 608–622. Palaeobot. Gómez-Aguirre, S. (1998a). An. In all the experiments conducted, only 5 toxins were ever detected. Kuxulkab 23, 29–40. (2006). A. Sournia (Paris: UNESCO), 191–196. doi: 10.1016/j.marmicro.2008.03.002, Wall, D., and Dale, B. Red tide ocurrences recorded in Mexico from 1980 to 1992. doi: 10.1016/j.hal.2014.09.010, Morquecho, L. (2008). compressa (Böhm) stat. (2012). doi: 10.1016/j.marmicro.2010.06.003, Limoges, A., Londeix, L., and de Vernal, A. Also, the in vitro germination is improved in growth medium enriched with terrestrial soil extract and selenium. A. Benítez, and G. Gold-Bouchot (Mérida: UAC),161–180. (1991); Cortés-Altamirano et al. 6, ed. doi: 10.7773/cm.v23i3.809. 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Also, in these regions, the abundance, seasonality, and species distribution tend to decrease from tropical to subtropical areas. Cont. toxic dinoflagellate, Pyrodinium bahamense var. 52, 419–428. Pyrodinium bahamense Plate is a tropical/subtropical euryhaline dinoflagellate that produces saxitoxins and can cause paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP). Marine sediments are collected with gravitational corers or boxes, and scuba dive is also used to collect surface sediments or corers by hand. doi: 10.2984/1534-6188(2007)61[289:FROVCO]2.0.CO;2. This species has caused more human illnesses and fatalities than any other toxic dinoflagellate in Mexico. McClain, C. R., Christian, J. R., Signorini, S. R., Lewis, M. R., Asanuma, I., Turk, D., et al. 23, 329–340. Paleontol. compressum is a highly toxic species; it produces strong paralytic shellfish poisons (mainly saxitoxin and gonyautoxin 5). Dinoflagelados (Dinoflagellata) tóxicos de la costa de Chiapas, México, Pacífico centro oriental. 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). compressum in field samples is difficult because the bloom does not discolor the water and the species occur in low cell densities. (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). Intoxicaciones por toxina paralizante de molusco en Oaxaca. 322, 99–115. Pyrodinium bahamense has particular importance since it has caused a significant impact on human health, mainly in southern Mexican Pacific. Pyrodinium bahamense, considered the sister taxon to Alexandrium, is a tropical photosynthetic euryhaline species of dinoflagellates found mainly in the Atlantic ocean. “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. Riqueza fitoplanctónica de la bahía de Acapulco y zona costera aledaña, Guerrero, México. Oceanogr. The Gulf of tehuantepec and adjacent areas: spatial and temporal variation of satellite-derived photosynthetic pigments. Autón. (8) Symptoms rapidly show up within an hour of eating contaminated shellfish, an… 100, 405–487. 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. “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. Prog. 25, 1375–1393. Mex. Análisis retrospectivo y posibles causas de las mareas rojas tóxicas en el litoral del sureste mexicano (Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas). Pyrodinium bahamense has caused more human illnesses and fatalities than any other PST producing dinoflagellate in Mexico (Table 1). Harmful Algae 7, 664–670. Factors associated with moderate blooms of Pyrodinium bahamense in shallow and restricted subtropical lagoons in the Gulf of California. PSP has a 15% mortality rate in the human population it effects. Pyrodinium bahamense. 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). Pyrodinium bahamense, along with toxic Gymnodinium catenatum Graham, have caused direct adverse consequences for human health, aquaculture industries, tourism, and ecosystem functions in Mexican coastal waters (Hernández-Becerril et al., 2007; García-Mendoza et al., 2016). Basic water quality sonde or CTD is the regular multiparameter equipment to record these variables. (2013). 6, ed. 57, 303–314. 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Mar. “Counting slides,” in Phytoplankton Manual Monographs on Oceanographic Methodology, Vol. It is found in marine waters that have more than 20 psu of salinity and are warmer than 22 °C (72 °F). Fire said researchers have only known about Pyrodinium bahamense’s toxicity in the IRL since the early 2000s. Ciencia y Mar. Additionally, morphological features and size of cysts agreed with previous descriptions, particularly morphotypes found in the subtropical North Atlantic. compressum from var. Blooms of Pyrodinium bahamense var. Pyrodinium is well known for producing Paralytic Shellfish Toxins, e.g. Occurrence of Pyrodinium bahamense var. Research on P. bahamense cysts is mainly developed with palynological procedures (de Vernal et al., 2010). Autón. (2012) have questioned the significance of the presence or absence of mangrove forests in the distribution pattern of P. bahamense. 27, 543–558. It is worth noting that although Mertens et al. Esc. A., Alarcón-Tacuba, M. 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In vitro germination of living cysts from the southern Gulf of California occurs under thermophilic (20–35∘C) and euryhaline (20–35 ups) conditions. 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. UNAM 20, 43–54. (2004); Terán-Suárez et al. doi: 10.1016/S0967-0645(02)00047-4, Meave-del Castillo, M. E., Zamudio-Reséndiz, M. E., and Castillo-Rivera, M. (2012). Saldate-Castañeda, O., Vázquez-Castellanos, J. L., Galván, J., Sánchez-Anguiano, A., and Nazar, A. (2007). 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). Rev. doi: 10.1111/j.1440-183.2004.00364.x, Limoges, A., Kielt, J.-F., Radi, T., Ruíz-Fernandez, A. C., and de Vernal, A. Health A Tox. Is the light caused by the same creatures that cause toxic algae blooms in the lagoon? The thecate Pyrodinium bahamense is a very important member of paralytic shellfish toxin (PST)-producing marine dinoflagellates especially in tropical waters. Hidrobiológica 18, 15–23. Inst. Free-living dinoflagellates in the southern Gulf of Mexico: report of data (1979–2002). Usup, G., and Azanza, R. V. (1998). An. Despite species seasonality that vary with local physiography, hydrography, and climate (Usup et al., 2012), blooms are more predictable at a smaller and local scale (Azanza and Taylor, 2001). Puffer fish tissues, clonal cultures, and natural bloom samples of P. bahamense from the IRL tested toxic in the MBA, RBA, MNCA, Ridascreen ELISA, and MIST Alert assay and positive for STX, dc-STX, and B1 toxin by HPLC and LC-MS. Shelf Res. Gárate-Lizárraga, I., and González-Armas, R. (2011). The dinoflagellate producing the light show, Pyrodinium bahamense, happens to be one that 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). COFEPRIS. Ecophysiological studies with regional P. bahamense strains are insufficient in México, and so far, strains from Isla San José, Gulf of California have only been studied. Hasle, G. R. (1978). The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) and the copyright owner(s) are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with accepted academic practice. 5, 140–149. Acta Bot. OHHABS Algae, Algal Toxin, and Other Pathogens Lists . 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Cysts germination exhibit thermophilic (20–35°C with the peak between 25 and 30°C) and euryhaline characteristics (salinities from 20 to 35 ups). (2014). Factors affecting the distribution of Pyrodinium bahamense var. 3, 49–55. (2001, 2005); Licea et al. Limnol. (2016). Nac. Mex. 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). (2014). Cyst morphology, germination characteristics, and potential toxicity of Pyrodinium bahamense in the Gulf of California. Pyrodinium bahamense is a dinoflagellate of concern in subtropical and tropical coastal environments. Distribución Temporal y Germinación de Quistes de Pyrodinium bahamense Plate, 1906 en Sedimentos Recientes de dos Lagunas Costeras del Golfo de California, México. Lim, T. R. 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