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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> We compiled a database of 39 766 data points consisting of flow cytometric and microscopical measurements of picoheterotroph abundance, including both <i>Bacteria</i> and <i>Archaea</i>. After gridding with 1&deg; spacing, the database covers 1.3% of the ocean surface. There are data covering all ocean basins and depths except the Southern Hemisphere below 350 m or from April until June. The average picoheterotroph biomass is 3.9 &pm; 3.6 &mu;g Cdoi:10.5194/essd-4-101-2012 fatcat:n7ra2rrhsvedrkezrcgcdww7gq