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Colpomenia bullosa (Saunders) Yamada

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drawing of Colpomenia bullosa
saccate form, elongate form, and x.s. unilocular sorus
Note:
DeCew apparently considered Colpomenia sinuosa, C. peregrina, and C. bullosa conspecific
Synonyms:
Scytosiphon bullosus Saunders, Colpomenia sinuosa f. deformans Setchell et Gardner
Illustrations:
Abbott and Hollenberg 1976, p. 205, fig. 166 (habit), fig. 167 (habit, as C. peregrina); Scagel 1967, p. 113, fig. 42a (habit), fig. 42b (x-section, vegetative anatomy, as C. sinuosa), p. 107, fig. 39a (habit), fig. 39b (x-section, vegetative anatomy, as Scytosiphon bullosus); Setchell and Gardner 1925, pl. 45, figs. 82–86 (developing plurilocular organs, as C. sinuosa) Display references
Pacific Coast Distribution:
Alaska (Izembek Lagoon, Alaska Peninsula: Lindstrom 1977, p. 54, as C. peregrina to Yakutat Bay: Setchell and Gardner 1903, p. 242, as C. sinuosa f. sinuosa); Port Renfrew, Vancouver I., British Columbia (Scagel 1957, p. 90, as C. sinuosa f. sinuosa) to Monterey Peninsula, Calif. (Smith 1944, p. 128, as C. sinuosa); San Luis Obispo Co., Calif. (Sparling 1977, p. 39, also as C. peregrina); Channel Is., Calif. (Santa Cruz I.: Apt et al. 1988, p. 41 (as C. sinuosa); San Nicolas I., Santa Catalina I.: Murray 1974, p. 40, as C. peregrina; San Clemente I.: Miller in UC); La Jolla, San Diego Co., Calif. (Abbott and Hollenberg 1976, p. 204, as C. peregrina); Baja Calif. (Islas Los Coronados I.: Miller in UC; Isla Guadalupe: Stewart and Stewart 1984, p. 141, as C. sinuosa; Bahia Asuncion: Dawson 9144 in UC) Display references
Taxonomy:
Vandermeulen et al. 1984, p. 325; Wynne and Norris 1976 Display references
Phylogeny:
G. Cho et al. 2001 [for C. peregrina and C. sinuosa] Display references
Life History:
unknown in eastern Pacific plants. In Australia, alternation of isomorphic phases, with gametophytes extremely rare. Gametes either fusing or developing parthenogenetically into sporophytes (Clayton 1979, as C. peregrina); Kogame and Yamagishi 1997, p. 337 (as C. peregrina); Display references
Phenology:
a spring, summer, fall annual; Kogame and Yamagishi 1997, p. 337 (as C. peregrina); Display references
Biology/Ecology:
Aguilar Rosas and Machado Galindo 1990, p. 188 (as C. peregrina); Lüning 1990, pp. 95, 338 (as C. peregrina); Oates 1989 (as C. sinuosa); Stewart 1989, p. 441 (as C. sinuosa); DeWreede and Vandermeulen 1988, p. 471 (as C. peregrina); Oates 1988 (as C. peregrina and as C. sinuosa); Vandermeulen and DeWreede 1987 (as C. peregrina); Vandermeulen 1986 (as C. peregrina); Vandermeulen and DeWreede 1986 (as C. sinuosa); Sousa 1984, p. 1923; Stewart 1983, p. 210 (as C. sinuosa); Stewart 1982, p. 49 (as C. sinuosa); Littler 1981, p. 401 (as C. sinuosa); Littler and Arnold 1980, p. 148 (as C. sinuosa); Littler 1980a, p. 163 (as C. sinuosa); Thom 1980b, p. 105 (as C. sinuosa); Hawkes et al. 1979, p. 92 (as C. peregrina); Emerson and Zedler 1978, p. 316 (as C. sinuosa); Littler and Murray 1978, p. 589 (as C. sinuosa); Murray and Littler 1978, p. 509 (as C. sinuosa); Phinney 1977, p. 102 (as C. peregrina); Seapy and Littler 1978, p. 298 (as C. sinuosa); Littler and Murray 1977, p. 20 (as C. sinuosa); Foster 1975a, p. 319 (as C. peregrina); Littler and Murray 1975, p. 281 (as C. sinuosa); Devinny and Kirkwood 1974, p. 102 (as C. peregrina); Littler and Murray 1974b, p. 132 (as C. sinuosa); Murray and Littler 1974, p. 72 (as C. sinuosa); Pearse and Lowry 1974, p. 14 (as C. peregrina); Dayton 1971, p. 375 (as C . sinuosa); Paine and Vadas 1969b, p. 80 (as C. sinuosa); R. Lee 1965a, p. 15 (as C. sinuosa); R. Lee 1965b, p. 113 (as C. sinuosa); Scagel 1963, p. 48 (as C. sinuosa); Rigg and Miller 1949 (as C. sinuosa) Display references
Ultrastructure:
Cole 1970, p. 275 (as C. sinuosa); Motomura 1992 Display references
Chemistry:
Stefanov et al. 1996 (as C. peregrina); Noda et al. 1990, p. 578 (also as C. sinuosa); Ragan and Glombitza 1986, p. 188 (as C. sinuosa) Display references
Molecular Taxonomy:
Tan and Druehl 1994 (as C. peregrina) Display references

 
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BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Pl    xxxxxxxxx   Common, in fully sheltered to moderately exposed habitats, on rocks and other algae in the mid/low intertidal. Scagel 1957, pp. 88, 90 (as C sinuosa and C. bullosa). Scagel 1973, p. 132. Hawkes et al. 1979, p. 92 (as C. peregrina). Display references
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COLUMBIA
RIVER
Pl        xxxx         Common, in the mid and low intertidal, on horizontal rocks or other algae. Doty 1947, pp. 36, 37 (as C sinuosa and C. bullosa). Sanborn and Doty 1947, p. 29 (as C. sinuosa). Display references
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S      x  xxx        
CAPE
ARAGO
Pl        xxx    x     Uncommon, on rocks and other algae in the mid and low intertidal. Dawson 1965a, p. 17 (as C. sinuosa). Display references
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CAPE
MENDOCINO
Pl        xx  x  x     Common, on rocks and other algae, in the mid and low intertidal. Kjeldsen 1995, p. 16 (also as C. peregrina). Display references
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POINT
ARENA
Pl                         Uncommon, on rocks and other algae in the mid and low intertidal. Kjeldsen 1995, p. 16 (also as C. peregrina). Display references
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SAN
FRANCISCO
Pl    xxxxxxx       Abundant, usually epiphytic on Gastroclonium, but also on other algae in the intertidal and subtidal in Macrocystis beds. Smith 1944, p. 128 (as C sinuosa). Devinny and Kirkwood 1974, p. 102 (as C. peregrina). Display references
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