Pilar Bay still with red tide toxins
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Pilar Bay in Pilar; Capiz remains red tide-positive, according to the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR). On the other hand, Sapian Bay also in Capiz, Batan in Aklan and Gigantes Island in Carles, Iloilo were now free from red toxins.
Sologastoa, G. (2016, March 9). Pilar Bay still with red tide toxins. Panay News, pp. 2, 19.
Red tides; Biological poisons; Algal blooms; Algae; Discolouration; Discoloured water; Coastal waters; Shellfish; Human food; Diseases; Paralytic shellfish poisoning; Asphyxia; Diarrhetic shellfish poisoning; Dinophysis; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Microbial Life Educational Resources; Aparri, Remia
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