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Acquisition of recent phytoplankton samples from JGOFS' station ALOHA and the Climax area prompted updating and re-evaluation of 23 years of floristic data from the summer central North Pacific environment. Recurrent group analysis clearly shows the dichotomy between shallow and deep associations. A new finding is that the deep flora consists of two related groups of species whose abundance centers are vertically displaced from one another. At the Climax area, the species structure in bothdoi:10.1093/plankt/21.6.1029 fatcat:oar5jrvvrfhnxiulyjbpox3cnu