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Hincksia sandriana (Zanardini) Silva

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drawing of Hincksia sandriana
from Setchell and Gardner 1925
Synonyms:
Giffordia sandriana (Zanardini) Hamel, Ectocarpus sandrianus Zanardini, E. granulosoides Setchell et Gardner, E. granulosoides var. pygmaeus Setchell et Gardner, G. granulosoides (Setchell et Gardner) Hollenberg et Abbott, E. parksii Setchell et Gardner
Illustrations:
Abbott and Hollenberg 1976, p. 145, fig. 106 (plurilocular plant); Cardinal 1964, fig. 18 (plurilocular and unilocular plants); Kylin 1947, p. 10, figs. 3c, d (plurilocular plant); Setchell and Gardner 1922d, pl. 45, fig. 7 (plurilocular branch), fig. 8 (cellular detail); Setchell and Gardner 1925, pl. 49, fig. 15 (plurilocular plant) Display references
Pacific Coast Distribution:
McInnes I., northern British Columbia (Scagel et al. 1989, p. 112); Steamboat I., Thurston Co., Wash. (R. Norris and Wynne 1969, p. 135); Tiburon, San Francisco Bay, Calif. (UC 278337, UC 229728); Monterey Peninsula, Calif. (Hollenberg and Abbott 1968, p. 1238); San Luis Obispo Co., Calif. (Morro Bay and Diablo Cove: Sparling 1977, p. 34); Channel Is., Calif. (Santa Cruz I.: Hollenberg and Abbott 1968, p. 1238); Los Angeles Co., Calif. (Redondo Beach and San Pedro: Setchell and Gardner 1922d, p. 410); Corona del Mar, Orange Co., Calif. (Hollenberg and Abbott 1968, p. 1238); La Jolla, San Diego Co., Calif, (Dawson 1945c, p. 26); Baja Calif. (Isla San Martín: Dawson 1953b, p. 111); Punta San Telmo, Michoacán, México (Dreckmann et al. 1990, pp. 26, 36, 37) Display references
Chemical Taxonomy:
Müller and Eichenberger 1994 Display references
Life History:
only plurilocular organs known for the eastern Pacific. In Australia, plants bore unilocular and plurilocular organs. Plurilocular organs released zooids which produced plants identical to the parent and bearing plurilocular and unilocular organs. Unilocular organs from the parent plant released zooids which produced plants identical to the parents, and some plants developed only plurilocular organs, while others developed both plurilocular and unilocular organs (Clayton 1974). In Korea plants bearing unilocular organs are common (H. Kim and Lee 1992b). Display references

Pl=plurilocular; U=unilocular; S=sterile
J F M A M J J A S O N D
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Pl  x  x                 Rare, on Codium and Laminaria bongardiana. R. Norris and Wynne 1969, p. 133. Harlin 1970, p. 259. Garbary et al. 1985, p. 44. Display references
U                        
S        x              
COLUMBIA
RIVER
Pl                        
U                        
S                        
CAPE
ARAGO
Pl                        
U                        
S                        
CAPE
MENDOCINO
Pl                        
U                        
S                        
POINT
ARENA
Pl        xx             Rare, as silky tufts on aquatic plants, shells, stones, or glass , especially in quiet waters. Silva 1979, p. 332. (UC 278337, UC 229728 without habitat data). Display references
U                        
S                        
SAN
FRANCISCO
Pl        x  x           Uncommon, epiphytic on Gracilaria, aquatic plants, shells, stones , or glass, especially in quiet waters. Setchell and Gardner 1924b, p. 1. Hollenberg and Abbott 1968, p. 1238. Silva 1979, p. 332. Display references
U                        
S                        

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