Center for Phycological Documentation: Index Nominum Algarum

The INA is a card file and online reporting system maintained at the Silva Center for Phycological Documentation of the University Herbarium, University of California, Berkeley. 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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detailCOX, Eileen J.2009What's in a name? ‹ Diatom classification should reflect systematic relationships.Acta Bot. Croat.68(2): 443-454, 1 fig., 1 tablesuggestion to facilitate classification by including comparable characters in descriptions of new taxa
detailEDLUND, Mark B., Avery L.C. SHINNEMAN, & Zlatko LEVKOV2009Diatom biodiversity in Mongolia: A new amphoroid diatom from saline lakes in western Mongolia, Amphora soninkhishigae sp. nov.Acta Bot. Croat.68(2): 251-262, 33 figs., 2 tablesfrom saline lakes, Oigon Nuur and Uvs Nuur, in western Mongolia
detailENACHE, Mihaela D., & Marina POTAPOVA2009A new species of Sellaphora (Sellaphoraceae) from Hannaberry Lake, Arkansas, U.S.A.Acta Bot. Croat.68(2): 231-237, 13 figs., 1 tableSellaphora pulchra
detailHARPER, Margaret A., John E. PATTERSON, & John F. HARPER2009New diatom taxa from the world's first marine Bioblitz held in New Zealand: Skeletomastus a new genus, Skeletomastus coelatus nov. comb. and Pleurosigma inscriptura a new speciesActa Bot. Croat.68(2): 339-349, 2 pls., 2 tables
detailKOCIOLEK, John P., & Eugene F. STOERMER2009Oligotrophy: the forgotten end of an ecological spectrumActa Bot. Croat.68(2): 465-472diatoms of poor-nutrient bodies of water not well understood
detailMANN, David G., & Alan J. STICKLE2009Cytological characteristics of the SellaphoraceaeActa Bot. Croat.68(2): 239-250, 48 figs.
detailPITE, Danielle P., Kelly A. LANE, Anna K. HERMANN, Sarah A. SPAULDING, & Bruce P. FINNEY2009Historical abundance and morphology of Didymosphenia species in Naknek Lake, AlaskaActa Bot. Croat.68(2): 183-197, 13 figs., 4 tablesDidymosphenia geminata and D. clavaherculis
detailSTACHURA-SUCHOPLES, Katarzyna, & Regine JAHN2009Middle Miocene record of Pliocaenicus changbaiense sp nov. from Changbai (Jilin Province, China)Acta Bot. Croat.68(2): 211-220, 3 pls., 2 tableswith complex alveolae
detailTANAKA, Hiroyuki, & Tamotsu NAGUMO2009Two new Mesodictyopsis species, M. akitaensis sp. nov. and M. miyatanus sp. nov., from a Late Miocene to Pliocene freshwater sediment, JapanActa Bot. Croat.68(2): 221-230, 39 figs., 1 table
detailWILLIAMS, David M.2009"Araphid" diatom classification and the "absolute standard"Acta Bot. Croat.68(2): 455-463, 2 figs., 3 tablesexample from Licmophora promoting classification based on perceived monophyly
detailYOSHITAKE, Sakiko, Hiroshi FUKUSHIMA, Tsutomu KIMURA, Ekatarina V. LEPSKAYA, & Tuyako KO-BAYASHI2009Variability of the pennatae diatom Gomphonema ventricosum Gregory from far eastern lakesActa Bot. Croat.68(2): 421-430, 33 figs.5 morphotypes from Lake Hövsgöl (Mongolia), Lake Baikal (Russia) and Lake Kurilskoye (Kamchatka, Russia)