Center for Phycological Documentation: Index Nominum Algarum


The INA is a card file maintained by Paul Silva 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.

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detailABBOTT, Isabella A., David L. BALLANTINE, & Daniel C. O'DOHERTY2010 (July)Morphological relationships within the genus Lophocladia (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) including a description of L. kuesteri sp. nov. from Hawai'iPhycologia49(4): 390-401, 31 figs., 2 tables
detailANDRESEN, Norman2009 (Feb.)Eugene F. Stoermer: a personal tributeBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: IX-XV[incl. partial bibliography & list of students]
detailBAHLS, Loren, Marina POTAPOVA, Marie-Andrée FALLU, & Reinhard PIENITZ2009 (Feb.)Aulacoseira canadensis and Aulacoseira crassipunctata (Bacillariophyta) in North AmericaBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 167-183, 44 figs.
detailBROADY, Paul A., Philip M. NOVIS, & Murray J. PARSONS2010 (July)A tribute to Dr Elizabeth Flint, Phycologist, in her 101st yearPhycologia49(4): 307-308, fig.
detailCARBONELL-MOORE, M.C.1994On the taxonomy of the family Podolampadaceae Lindemann (Dinophyceae) with the descriptions of three new genera.Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol.84: 73-99, IV pls., 8 figs., 1 tableDino5--5th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates. C.A.F. Zonneveld & G.J.M. Versteegh, eds.
detailCARBONELL-MOORE, María Consuelo2010 (July)Gaarderiella gen. nov., a new name to replace Gaarderia Carbonell-Moore (Peridiniales, Dinophyceae, Podolampadaceae)Phycologia49(4): 402
detailCARLILE, Amy Lynn, Tae Oh CHO, & J. Robert WAALAND2010 (July)The conspecificity of Ceramium pacificum and Ceramium washingtoniense (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta)Phycologia49(4): 336-344, 19 figs., 3 tables
detailCLARKSTON, Bridgette E., & Gary W. SAUNDERS2010 (Feb)A comparison of two DNA barcode markers for species discrimination in the red algal family Kallymeniaceae (Gigartinales, Florideophyceae), with a description of Euthora timburtonii sp. nov. Botany88(2): 119-131
detailDA NÓBGREGA FARIAS, Julyana, Rafael RIOSMENA-RODRIGUEZ, Zenilda BOUZON, Eurico C. OLIVEIRA, & Paulo A. HORTA2010 (July)Lithothamnion superpositum (Corallinales; Rhodophyta): first description for the Western Atlantic or rediscovery of a species?Phycol. Research58(3): 210-216, 17 figs., 1 tableLithothamnium heteromorphum merged with L. superpositum
detailDADHEECH, Pawan K., Andreas BALLOT, Peter CASPER, Kiplagat KOTUT, Eberto NOVELO, Brook LEMMA, Thomas PRÖSCHOLD, & Lothar KRIENITZ2010 (July)Phylogenetic relationship and divergence among planktonic strains of Arthrospira (Oscillatoriales, Cyanobacteria) of African, Asian and American origin deduced by 16S--23S ITS and phycocyanin operon sequencesPhycologia49(4): 361-372, 10 figs., 3 tablesdeep genetic divergences exist between Mexican and African/Indian strains
detailDONAR, Christopher, Eugene F. STOERMER, & Mark BRENNER2009 (Feb.)The Holocene paleolimnology of Lake Apopka, FloridaBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 57-70, 7 figs., 3 tables[incl. list of species]
detailEDLUND, Mark B., & N. SONINKHISHIG2009 (Feb.)The Navicula reinhardtii species flock (Bacillariophyceae) in ancient Lake Hövsgöl, Mongolia: description of four taxaBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 239-255, 68 figs., 1 table [incl. n.spp. in Navicula]
detailHEGEWALD, Eberhard, Matthias WOLF, Alexander KELLER, Thomas FRIEDL, & Lothar KRIENITZ2010 (July)ITS2 sequence-structure phylogeny in the Scenedesmaceae with special reference to Coelastrum (Chlorophyta, Chlorophyceae), including the new genera Comasiella and PectinodesmusPhycologia49(4): 325-335, 19 figs., 1 table29 genera recognized in Scenedesmaceae; Coelastraceae not recognized
detailHOBBS, William O., Alexander P. WOLFE, William P. INSKEEP, Larry AMSKOLD, & Kurt O. KONHAUSER2009 (Feb.)Epipelic diatoms from an extreme acid environment: Beowulf Spring, Yellowstone National Park, U.S.A.Beih. Nova Hedwigia135: 71-83, 3 figs., 2 tables[Nitzschia cf. thermalis var. minor, Nitzschia ovalis, Pinnularia acoricola, Eunotia exigua]
detailHOSHINA, Ryo, Mitsunori IWATAKI, & Nobutaka IMAMURA2010 (July)Chlorella variabilis and Micractinium reisseri sp. nov. (Chlorellaceae, Trebouxiophyceae): redescription of the endosymbiotic green algae of Paramecium bursaria (Peniculia, Oligohymenophorea) in the 120th yearPhycol. Research58(3): 188-201, 9 figs., 2 tables
detailKIKUCHI, Norio, Shogo ARAI, Goro YOSHIDA, Jong-Ahm SHIN, Judy E. BROOM, Wendy A. NELSON, & Misahiko MIYATA2010 (July)Porphyra migitae sp. nov. (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) from JapanPhycologia49(4): 345-354, 32 figs., 4 tables
detailKINGSTON, John C., & Janice L. PAPPAS2009 (Feb.)Quantitative shape analysis as a diagnostic and prescriptive tool in determining Fragilariforma (Bacillariophyta) taxon statusBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 103-119, 3 figs., 1 table[Fragilariforma constructa, F. lata, F. polygonata, F. hungarica var. humida]
detailKOCIOLEK, J.P., E.C. THERIOT, & R.J. STEVENSON (eds.)2009 (Feb.)Diatom taxonomy, ultrastructure and ecology: modern methods and timeless questions. A tribute to Eugene F. Stoermer.Beih. Nova Hedwigia135. XV + 323 pp., pls., figs. & tables numbered by article.
detailLANGE-BERTALOT, Horst, & Ditmar METZELTIN2009 (Feb.)A dystrophic mountain lake in Panama -- hot spot of new and rare neotropical diatomsBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 137-165, incl. 17 pls.[unnamed lake in Chiriqui Province (08°52.8432'N, 82°29.7530'W), 2103 m high; n.spp. in Eunotia, Pinnularia, Frustulia, Encyonema, Encyonopsis]
detailMANOYLOV, Kalina M., Terrance MARSH, & R.Jan STEVENSON2009 (Feb.)Testing molecular tools for assessment of taxonomic composition of a benthic algal communityBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 121-136, incl. 2 pls., 5 figs., 5 tables[Red Cedar River, East Lansing, Michigan, USA; incl. list of species]
detailMATSUZAKI, Ryo, Takashi NAKADA, Yoshiaki HARA, & Hisayoshi NOZAKI2010 (July)Light and electron microscopy and molecular phylogenetic analyses of Chloromonas pseudoplatyrhynch (Volvocales, Chlorophyceae)Phycol. Research58(3): 202-209, 11 figs.multiple atypical pyrenoids
detailNOVIS, Phil M., Maike LORENZ, Paul A. BROADY, & Elizabeth A. FLINT2010 (July)Parallela Flint: its phylogenetic position in the Chlorophyceae and the polyphyly of Radiofilum SchmidlePhycologia49(4): 373-383, 15 figs., 2 tables
detailPETERS, Akira F., Serinde J. van WIJK, Ga Youn CHO, Delphine SCORNET, Takeaki HANYUDA, Hiroshi KAWAI, Declan C. SCHROEDER, J. Mark COCK, & Sung Min BOO2010 (July)Reinstatement of Ectocarpus crouaniorum Thuret in Le Jolis as a third common species of Ectocarpus (Ectocarpales, Phaeophyceae) in Western Europe, and its phenology at Roscoff, BrittanyPhycol. Research58(3): 157-170, 15 figs., 4 tables
detailSCHMID, Anna-Maria M.2009 (Feb.)Induction of resting-spores in the pennatre diatom Navicula (Craticula) cuspidata by uncoupling of the cell and plastid cycles.Beih. Nova Hedwigia135: 85-101, incl. V pls. [= 33 figs.]
detailSELIVANOVA, Olga N., & Galina G. ZHIGADLOVA2010 (July)Members of the genus Pachyarthron Manza (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) on the Pacific coasts of RussiaPhycologia49(4): 384-389, 10 figs., 1 tablesupports transfer of Bossiella compressa to Pachyarthron
detailSTEVENSON, R. Jan, Lucie NOVOVESKA, Catherine M. RISENG, & Michael J. WILEY2009 (Feb.)Comparing responses of diatom species composition to natural and anthropogenic factors in streams of glaciated ecoregionsBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 1-13, 1 fig., 5 tables[incl. list of most common species in Michigan streams]
detailTANIFUJI, Goro, Naoko T. ONODERA, & Yoshiaki HARA2010 (July)Nucleomorph genome diversity and its phylogenetic implications in cryptomonad algaePhycol. Research58(3): 230-237, 4 figs., 1 table
detailTAYLOR, Jonathan C., Anatoliy LEVANETS, Saúl BLANCO, & Luc ECTOR2010 (July)Microcostatus schoemanii sp. nov., M. cholnokyi sp. nov. and M. angloensis sp. nov. three new terrestrial diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) from South AfricaPhycol. Research58(3): 177-187, 51 figs., 2 tables
detailTHERIOT, Edward C., & Bryan JONES2009 (Feb.)The morphology, physiology and taxonomy of two small Stephanodiscus species in Yellowstone Lake and Jackson Lake, Wyoming, USABeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 275-293, 53 figs., 1 table[Stephanodiscus parvus, S. minutulus]
detailTHOMAS, E.W., J.P. KOCIOLEK, R.L. LOWE, & J.R. JOHANSEN2009 (Feb.)Taxonomy, ultrastructure and distribution of gomphonemoid diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) from Great Smoky Mountains National Park (U.S.A.)Beih. Nova Hedwigia135: 201-237, 141 figs., 1 table[n.spp. in Gomphonema, Gomphosphenia]
detailVANLANDINGHAM, Sam L.2009 (Feb.)Use of diatom biostratigraphy in determining a minimum (Sangamonian = 80,000-ca. 220,000 yr. BP) and a maximum (Illionian = ca. 220,000-430,000 yr. BP) age for the Hueyatiaco artifacts, Puebla, MexicoBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 15-36, incl. 2 pls., 6 figs., 2 tables[incl. list of species]
detailWILLIAMS, David M., & Geraldine REID2009 (Feb.)New species in the genus Colliculoamphora Williams & Reid (Bacillariophyceae) with commentary on species concepts in diatom taxonomyBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 185-199, 30 figs., 1 table
detailWINSBOROUGH, Barbara M., Ed THERIOT, & David B. CZARNECKI2009 (Feb.)Diatoms on a continuous "island": Lazarus species, marine disjuncts and other endemic diatoms of the Cuatro Ciénegas basin, Coahuila, MéxicoBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 257-274, 29 figs., 2 tables
detailWITKOWSKI, A., H. LANGE-BERTALOT, J.P. KOCIOLEK, & M. BAK2009 (Feb.)Diatom flora of San Francisco Bay and vicinity. I. New species in the genus Navicula Bory sensu strictoBeih. Nova Hedwigia135: 295-323, 143 figs., 1 table