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Index Nominum Algarum
Bibliographia Phycologica Universalis

Paul Claude Silva
October 31 1922 – June 12 2014
The INA is a card file maintained at the Silva Center for Phycological Documentation at the Herbarium of the University of California. It contains nearly 200,000 names of algae (in the broad sense). The BPU is a card file containing bibliographic references pertaining to algal taxonomy.

INA query form

Search both the index to card images and the index to completely keyboarded INA entries.
Type in any part of a name (e.g., Binghamiopsis, Sargassum ta, Setchell).


A maximum of 1000 names will be returned from each index.


BPU query form

Words in title
or
Author last names
or
Words in commentary
Sort by date
Information pertaining to most of the names is available only in the images of the cards
In 1998, all the cards — names and references — were stored as TIFF images, which are available through indexes that consist of the complete name and a link to the image file. Indexes have been made with the assistance of Internet volunteers, the diatom group at the California Academy of Sciences, Alga-Terra, and GBIF.

Cards that have been added since 1988 have been printed from an electronic database.

We will continue to document the publication of new algal names. You can help by bringing to our attention new names, or names that we have omitted.
Contact: Richard Moe (rlmoe@berkeley.edu)


Citation:

Index Nominum Algarum, University Herbarium, University of California, Berkeley. Compiled by Paul Silva. Available online at http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/CPD/
LINKS
Michael Guiry's AlgaeBase will tell you about algal taxonomy and current names
Problems/comments to
rlmoe@berkeley.edu
copyright 1997-2009 Paul C. Silva and the Regents of the University of California
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