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Analipus japonicus (Harvey) Wynne

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Synonyms:
Halosaccion japonicum Harvey, Chordaria abietina Ruprecht ex Farlow, Heterochordaria abietina (Ruprecht ex Farlow) Setchell et Gardner
Illustrations:
Abbott and Hollenberg 1976, p. 181, fig. 146 (habit); Scagel 1967, p. 91, fig. 31a (habit), fig. 31b (x-section, vegetative anatomy); Setchell and Gardner 1903, pl. 18, fig. 16 (young plants), fig. 17 (adult); Setchell and Gardner 1925, pl. 36, fig. 18 (unilocular sporangia), fig. 19 (plurilocular organs), pl. 91 (photo: habit); Wynne 1971, p. 172, fig. 7 (plurilocular organs), fig. 8 (unilocular sporangia), p. 173, fig. 9 (photo: lectotype of Halosaccion japonicum) Display references
Pacific Coast Distribution:
St. Lawrence I., Alaska (Setchell and Gardner 1925, p. 551) to Government Point, Santa Barbara Co., Calif. (Murray and Littler 1989, p. 66) Display references
Taxonomy:
W. Nelson 1982a; Wynne 1971 Display references
Molecular Taxonomy:
Tan and Druehl 1994 Display references
Life History:
alternation of isomorphic phases, although only plurilocular plants are present throughout much of its distribution, suggesting that the gametes may not fuse but act as spores to recycle the gametophytic phase (Nakahara 1984; W. Nelson 1982b; Wynne 1972b, p. 139) Display references
Phenology:
annual erect thalli arising from perennial crustose base at the same time (March) at all latitudes; unilocular plants rare, known only from Monterey County (W. Nelson and DeWreede 1989, p. 53) Display references
Chromosomes:
Cole 1967b, p. 522 Display references
Biology/Ecology:
Lüning 1990; Müller, Kawai, Stache, Fölster, & Boland 1990; W. Nelson and DeWreede 1989; DeWreede and Vandermeulen 1988, p. 471; Farrell 1988, p. 194; Lüning and Freshwater 1988, p. 312; Dethier 1987, p. 1842; Steinberg 1985; Turner 1985, p. 88; Sousa 1984, p. 1923; Turner 1983a, p. 63; W, Nelson 1982a; W, Nelson 1982b; W. Nelson and Cole 1982; W. Nelson 1980; Dayton 1975, p. 140; R. Lee 1965a, p. 14; R. Lee 1965b, p. 111; Neushul 1965, p. 168; Widdowson 1965b, p. 1427; Scagel 1961, p. 528; Rigg and Miller 1949 Display references
Epiphytes:
Saundersella simplex
Ultrastructure:
Henry 1979 Display references
Chemistry:
Khotimchenko et al. 2002; Ragan and Glombitza 1986, p. 186; Hoppe and Levring 1982, p. 18; Saenko et al. 1978; Takagi et al. 1973 Display references
Economic Applications:
Mumford 1980, p. 16 Display references

 
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BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Pl    xxxxxxxxx   Common, on low and mid intertidal rocks in fully sheltered to fully exposed habitats. Scagel 1957, p. 80. Scagel 1973, p. 132. Hawkes et al. 1979, p. 91. Display references
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S    xxxxxx        
COLUMBIA
RIVER
Pl    x  xxxxx       Common, on low and mid intertidal rocks. Doty 1947, p. 33. Sanborn and Doty 1947, p. 29. Display references
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S    xx  xx          
CAPE
ARAGO
Pl    xxxxxxxx     Common, on low, mid and upper intertidal rocks on exposed rocky shores. Dawson 1965a, p. 15. Display references
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S                        
CAPE
MENDOCINO
Pl      xxx      x     Common, on low and mid intertidal rocks on rocky, exposed shores. Kjeldsen 1995, p. 15. Display references
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S    xxxxxx  x    
POINT
ARENA
Pl    xxxxxxxxxx Abundant, on moderately exposed to fully exposed habitats throughout the intertidal. Johansen 1966a, p. 98. Kjeldsen 1995, p. 15. Display references
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S                      x
SAN
FRANCISCO
Pl        xxxxxx     Abundant, on high and mid intertidal rocks exposed to moderate or heavy surf. Smith 1944, p. 98. Silva 1979, p. 332. Display references
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S    xxxxxxxx  x

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