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The heterotrophic marine flagellate Oxyrrhis marina is a popular and tractable model organism, being common in the intertidal environment and relatively straight forward to maintain in the laboratory. In this report, based on our experience of collecting and culturing 400 isolates, we provide a quantification of how "easy" O. marina is to locate and isolate from the environment and subsequently maintain in culture. In addition, we provide a brief review of the literature pertaining to O. marinadoi:10.1093/plankt/fbq161 fatcat:ifp5ylwg45akjoaejb3mu2rvua