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Notes on Ceramium (Rhodophyta: Ceramiales) from the Hawaiian Islands

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Title: Notes on Ceramium (Rhodophyta: Ceramiales) from the Hawaiian Islands
Authors: Meneses, Isabel
Issue Date: Apr 1995
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Citation: Meneses I. 1995. Notes on Ceramium (Rhodophyta: Ceramiales) from the Hawaiian Islands. Pac Sci 49(2): 165-174.
Abstract: Ceramium is widely distributed and recorded from the coasts of
the North Pacific Ocean. Thus, it is not surprising to find new species and new
records of this genus among the numerous islands spread in this oceanic region.
Extensive examination of material collected around O'ahu and other Hawaiian
Islands has yielded two new records: Ceramium aduncum Nakamura (previously
known from Japan), Ceramium clarionensis Setchell & Gardner (previously
recorded for the Pacific coast of Mexico), and a new species, Ceramium
cingulum Meneses.
ISSN: 0030-8870
Appears in Collections:Pacific Science Volume 49, Number 2, 1995

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