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Endolithic, red unicells residing in the interior of Lithothamnion rhodoliths, collected offshore the NW Gulf of Mexico in mesophotic rhodolith beds at ∼54-55 m depth and maintained in closed microcosms, were used to establish cultures following their isolation. These endolithic unicells subsequently developed into amorphous blobs of palmelloid cell colonies. Each cell contains unstacked, 2-5 lobed parietal chloroplasts, one prominent central pyrenoid, and have a thin or thick cell wall. Singledoi:10.3389/fmars.2020.00007 fatcat:kr67pqe4zjhcfabvbnxb4zat4m