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An Account of the Species of the Red Alga Polysiphonia of the Central and Western Tropical Pacific Ocean: II. Polysiphonia
|Title:||An Account of the Species of the Red Alga Polysiphonia of the Central and Western Tropical Pacific Ocean: II. Polysiphonia|
|Authors:||Hollenberg, George J.|
|Issue Date:||Apr 1968|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Hollenberg GJ. 1968. An account of the species of the red alga Polysiphonia of the central and western tropical Pacific Ocean: II. Polysiphonia. Pac Sci 22(2): 198-207.|
|Abstract:||Seven polysiphonous species are described. Three species are new:
Polysiphonia dotyi, P. pentamera, and P. tsudana. P. howei proves to be a very
widely distributed species. P. exilis and P. tepida were previously known from the
tropical Atlantic Ocean. P. homoia was previously known from the Pacific coast
of Mexico. Of the polysiphonous species of Polysiphonia represented by the present
study, none are corticated.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 22, Number 2, 1968|
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