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In the summer of 1995, bloom-forming cyanobacteria were observed on the surface of Akanoi Bay in the South Basin of Lake Biwa. During that summer season, the horizontal distribution of chlorophyll a concentration was measured, and the cell density of phytoplankton was counted microscopically. Two different horizontal distributions of the dominant bloom-forming cyanobacteria were observed under moderate wind conditions. The colonial cyanobacteria with aggregated filaments, Anabaena of iinis, anddoi:10.3739/rikusui.60.531 fatcat:q6vhwheiendapjhcbrcrkkkkyq