High levels of a dangerous biotoxin produced by algal blooms has prompted a prohibition of recreationally harvested mussels, clams and scallops in Tomales Bay south of Nick’s Cove.

It is the first time the toxin, which typically closes non-commercial harvest during summer months, has appeared in winter in the inner and middle sections of the . . .

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