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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detailALBIS-SALAS, Margarita Rosa, & Brigitte GAVIO2011 (Dec.)Notes on marine algae in the International Biosphere Reserve Seaflower, Caribbean Colombian I: new records of macrolagal epiphytes on the seagrass Thalassia testudinumBot. Mar.54(6): 537-543, 13 figs., 1 table6 species described and illustrated
detailBENNETT, Matthew S., & Richard E. TRIEMER2012 (Feb.)A new method for obtaining nuclear gene sequences from field samples and taxonomic revisions of the photosynthetic euglenoids Lepocinclis (Euglena) helicoideus and Lepocinclis (Phacus) horridus (Euglenophyta)J. Phycol.48(1): 254-260, 2 figs., 2 tables
detailCHOMÉRAT, Nicolas, Maria SABUROVA, Gwenaël BILIEN, & Faiza AL-YAMANI2012 (Feb.)Prorocentrum bimaculatum sp. nov. (Dinophyceae, Prorocentrales), a new benthic dinoflagellate species from Kuwait (Arabian Gulf)J. Phycol.48(1): 211-221, 6 figs., 1 table
detailCOX, Eileen J. 2012 (Feb.)Ontogeny, homology, and terminology‹wall morphogenesis as an aid to character recognition and character state definition for pennate diatom systematicsJ. Phycol.48(1): 1-31, 17 figs., 2 tables
detailDÍAZ TAPIA, Pilar, Ignacio BÁRBARA & Rodolfo BARREIRO2011 (Dec.)Iberian intertidal turf assemblages dominated by Erythroglossum lusitanicum (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta): structure, temporal dynamics, and phenologyBot. Mar.54(6): 507-521, 14 figs., 4 tableslow diversity, vegetative propagation
detailFERRARIO, Martha E., Adrián O. CEFARELLI, Bruce ROBISON, & María VERNET2012 (Feb.)Thalassionesis signyensis (Bacillariophyceae) from northwest Weddell Sea icebergs, an emendation of the generic description J. Phycol.48(1): 222-230, 4 figs., 1 table
detailHYNES, Annette M., Eric A. WEBB, Scott C. DONEY, & John B. WATERBURY2012 (Feb.)Comparison of cultured Trichodesmium (Cyanophyceae) with species characterized from the fieldJ. Phycol.48(1): 196-210, 9 figs., 2 tables
detailLITTLER, Mark M., & Diane S. LITTLER2012 (Feb.)Bloom of the giant Anadyomene gigantodictyon sp. nov. (Anadyomenaceae, Cladophorales) from the outer slope (25-50 m) of the Belize Barrier ReefJ. Phycol.48(1): 60-63, 2 figs.incl key to tropical western Atlantic species of Anadyomene
detailMARTÍN-CERECEDA, Mercedes, & Eileen J. COX2011 (Dec.)Morphological variation in a small Thalassiosira species (Bacillariophyta) under different culture regimesBot. Mar.54(6): 563-574, 25 figs., 2 tablesareolation affected by salinity
detailPARK, Jinsoon, Chul-Hwan KOH, Jong Seong KHIM, Taisuke OHTSUKA, & Andrzej WITKOWSKI2012 (Feb.)Description of a new naviculoid diatom genus Moreneis gen. nov. (Bacillariophyceae) from sand flats in KoreaJ. Phycol.48(1): 186-195, 7 figs., 1 table4 species described as new, segregation of additional species from Navicula foreshadowed
detailPRIBYL, Pavel, Marek ELIÁS, Vladislav CEPÁK, Jaromir LUKAVSKÝ, & Petr KASTÁNEK2012 (Feb.)Zoosporogenesis, morphology, ultrastructure, pigment composition, and phylogenetic position of Trachydiscus minutus (Eustigmatophyceae, Heterokontophyta)J. Phycol.48(1): 231-242, 9 figs., 1 tableTrachydiscus minutus transferred from Xanthophyceae
detailSERIO, Donatella, Marcello CATRA, Daria COLLODORO & Alessandro NISI2011 (Dec.)Ceramium cormacii sp. nov. (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta), a new Mediterranean species epizoic on loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta)Bot. Mar.54(6): 545-550, 12 figs., 1 tableonly acropetally corticated; apparently most similar to Ceramium affine
detailTITLYANOV, Eduard A., Tamara V. TITLYANOVA, Bangmei XIA & Inka BARTSCH2011 (Dec.)Checklist of marine benthic green algae (Chlorophyta) on Hainan, a subtropical island off the coast of China: comparisons between the 1930s and 1990-2009 reveal environmental changesBot. Mar.54(6): 523-535, 3 figs., 1 table105 taxa recorded; many opportunistic species associated with environmental degredation new to flora