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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Coccospheres of a cultured <i>Emiliania huxleyi</i> clone were sampled in the exponential growth phase and sectioned using a focused ion beam microscope. An average of 69 sections and the corresponding secondary electron micrographs per coccosphere provided detailed information on coccosphere architecture. The coccospheres feature 2–3 layers on average and 20 coccoliths per cell, of which only 15 can be seen in conventional scanning electron micrographs. The outerdoi:10.5194/bg-12-825-2015 fatcat:o2jndgnzobcoddiuyqcqrsrih4