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  1. The most common species is Noctiluca scintillans, also called N. miliaris. Blooms of this species are red-orange and can be bioluminescent when disturbed, [4] as are various other dinoflagellates, and large blooms can sometimes be seen as flickering lights on the ocean, known as the milky seas effect.
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  3. Noctiluca - / näk - tə - lo͞ok -ə / - from Latin, literally ‘night light, lantern’ Noctiluca scintillans - or SEA SPARKLE - is a free-living, marine-dwelling species of algae that exhibits a .
  4. town ruled by the Swan; principalities of noctiluca dance at the water-solstice, heedless of the darkened rocks, to mark the reign of night-light. True patron of knight-light in the luminous Atlantic, I would brave many rocks, the crucifixion of the Swan, to see you manifest at solstice, Lady of Waters, Noctiluca. When chanted rocks draw light.
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  8. Apr 10,  · As he explains to Lonely Planet, this was Eric’s first time witnessing the phenomenon. “I had never before in my life seen bioluminescent phytoplankton, which is actually a microscopic algae bloom known as noctiluca scintillans,” he begins.“It was quite by chance that one night I noticed the phenomenon in the waves in False Bay, close to where I live in Cape Town.

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