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A total of 134 references on the marine gastropod Trochus niloticus L., a major source of food and revenue in many Pacific Island countries.
An account is given of the use of salt evaporation ponds for fish (Mugil curema ) production in the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and future prospects are examined.
References to toxic red tides in the Indo-Pacific mainly concern the dinoflagellate, Pyrodinium bahamense var. compressa. The literature is small, since the organism was not discovered in the region until 1972. It is appropriate to compare this variety with the other variety of the species in the Red sea and central America, P. bahamense var. bahamense.