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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detailANONYMOUS2011 (Dec 31)Obituary: Dr. Taro Kanaya (1926--2011) in memoriamDiatom27: 91-94, [2] figs.incl bibliography, list of names authored by Kanaya
detailCOCQUYT, Christine, Myriam De HANN, Regine JAHN & Friedel HINZ2012 (March 12)Nitzschia epiphytica, N. epiphyticoides and N. pseudepiphytica (Bacillariophyta), three small diatoms from East and Central Africa Phycologia51(2): 126-134, 56 figs., 1 tableNitzschia pseudepiphytica n.sp., LT of Nitzschia epiphytica
detailFAGERBERG, Wayne R., Jennifer TOWLE, Clinton J. DAWES & Anne BÖTTGER2012 (April)Bioadhesion in Caulerpa mexicana: rhizoid-subtrate adhesionJ. Phycol.48(2): 264-269, 4 figs.vitronectin-like adhesion protein
detailFRASER, Ceridwen I., Hamish Gordon SPENCER & Jonathan Michael WATERS2012 (March 12)Durvillaea poha sp. nov. (Fucales, Phaeophyceae): a buoyant southern bull-kelp species endemic to New Zealand Phycologia51(2): 151-156, 5 figs., 1 table"Cape lineage" of Durvillaea antarctica named; one of several cryptic species
detailHAWRYSHYN, Jessica, Kathleen M. RÜHLAND, Matthew JULIUS, & John P. SMOL2012 (April)Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence: is Stephanodiscus binderanus (Bacillariophyceae) an exotic species in the Great Lakes region?J. Phycol.48(2): 270-274, 3 figs.Stephanodiscus binderanus has been present in North American Great Lakes region since late 17th century
detailHEESCH, Svenja, Judy E. SUTHERLAND & Wendy A. NELSON2012 (March 12)Marine Prasiolales (Trebouxiophyceae, Chlorophyta) from New Zealand and the Balleny Islands, with descriptions of Prasiola novaezelandiae sp. nov. and Rosenvingiella australis sp. nov.Phycologia51(2): 217-227, 19 figs., 1 table6 species in region
detailHOPPENRATH, Mona, Marina SELINA, Aika YAMAGUCHI & Brian LEANDER2012 (March 12)Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Amphidiniopsis rotundata sp. nov. (Peridiniales, Dinophyceae), a benthic marine dinoflagellatePhycologia51(2): 157-167, 32 figs., 1 table
detailISHII, Oriha, Hidekazu SUZUKI, Tamotsu NAGUMO & Jiro TANAKA2011 (Dec 31)A new brackish diatom, Pinnularia sakurajimensis O.Ishii & Ji.Tanaka from Japan.Diatom27: 9-16, 28 figs.compared with Pinnularia cruciformis
detailKAWAMURA, Keita, Itsuki SUTO & Yukio YANAGISAWA2011 (Dec 31)Diatom biostratigraphy of the middle Miocene Oidawara Formation in the Mizunami area, Gifu Prefecture, central JapanDiatom27: 17-32, 43 figs., 2 tablesJE
detailLAZA-MARTÍNEZ, Aitor2012 (April)Urgorri complanatus gen. et sp. nov. (Cryptophyceae), a red-tide-forming species in brackish waters J. Phycol.48(2): 423-435, 9 figs.seemingly unrelated to any cryptomonad lineages
detailLE COHU, René, Gilles GASSIOLE & Michel COSTE2012 (April)Kobayasiella bebourensis, a new freshwater diatom species from Reunion Island and further observations on K. micropunctata and K. jaagiiJ. Phycol.48(2): 401-408, 4 figs., 1 tablefrom high lakes
detailLELONG, Aurélie, Hélène HÉGARET, Philippe SOUDANT & Stephen S. BATES2012 (March 12)Pseudo-nitzschia (Bacillariophyceae) species, domoic acid and amnesic shellfish poisoning: revisiting previous paradigmsPhycologia51(2): 168-216, 12 figs., 7 tablescomplete review
detailLUNDHOLM, Nina, Stephen S. BATES, Keri A. BAUGH, Brian D. BILL, Laurie B. CONNELL, Claude LÉGER & Vera L. TRAINER2012 (April)Cryptic and pseudo-cryptic diversity in diatoms‹with descriptions of Pseudo-nitzschia hasleana sp. nov. and P. fryxelliana sp. nov.J. Phycol.48(2): 436-454, 6 figs., 4 tablesfrom northeast Pacific (state of Washington, USA)
detailSTANCHEVA, Rosalina, Robert G. SHEATH & John D. HALL2012 (April)Systematics of the genus Zygnema (Zygnematophyceae, Charophyta) from Californian watershedsJ. Phycol.48(2): 409-422, 6 figs., 1 table
detailSUZAWA, Tamie, Satoquo SEINO & Shigeki MAYAMA2011 (Dec 31)Blooms of Cymbella janischii (A.W.F.Schmidt) De Toni accompanied by Gomphoneis minuta (Stone) Kociolek & Stoermer from the upper stream of the Chikugo River, Kyushu, Japan: possibility of new alien diatom speciesDiatom27: 58-64, 13 figs.JE
detailTANAKA, Hiroyuki & Tamotsu NAGUMO2011 (Dec 31)Aulacoseira iwakiensis sp. nov., a new elliptical Aulacoseira species, from an Early Miocene sediment, JapanDiatom27: 1-8, 36 figs., 1 table
detailTANG, Ying Zhong, Lesheng KONG, Ryan E. MORSE, Christopher J. GOBLER & Michael James HOLMES2012 (April)Report of a bloom-forming dinoflagellate Takayama acrotrocha from tropical coastal waters of SingaporeJ. Phycol.48(2): 455-466, 4 figs., 3 tableswith additional observations about morphology
detailTUJI, Akihiro2011 (Dec 31)Appearance of Didymosphenia geminata (Lyngb.) Mart.Schmidt in JapanDiatom27: 65-68, 6 figs.Illustration of a sample from Lake Panketo, Japan in 1966. Didymosphenia geminata apparently native to Japan. JE
detailWATANABE, Tsuyoshi, Akiko UEDA, Yudai AKABOSHI & Noboru KATANO2011 (Dec 31)Diatoms in Akita Prefecture, northern part of Japan, part 3 ‹ Diatoms from the hot spring of Oyasukyo gorgeDiatom27: 69-74, 17 figs.38 genera, 82 taxa recorded. JE
detailWATANABE, Tsuyoshi, Akiko UEDA, Yudai AKABOSHI & Noboru KATANO2011 (Dec 31)Diatoms in Akita Prefecture, northern part of Japan, part 5 ‹ Diatom assemblage from a drainage waterway (LD-G1) in Hachirogata polderDiatom, 27: 79-85, 32 figs., 1 tableeutrophic conditions. JE
detailWERNER, Vera Regina, Haywood Dail LAUGHINGHOUSE IV, Marli Fátima FIORE, Célia Leite SANT'ANNA, Caroline HOFF, Kleber Renan de Souza SANTOS, Emanuel Bruno NEUHAUS, Renato José Reis MOLICA, Ricardo Yukio HONDA & Ricardo Omar ECHENIQUE2012 (March 12)Morphological and molecular studies of Sphaerospermopsis torques-reginae (Cyanobacteria, Nostocales) from South American water bloomsPhycologia51(2): 228-238, 13 figs., 3 tables= Anabaena torques-reginae; blooms studied in Brazil, Argentina and Colombia; sometimes toxic