Center for Phycological Documentation: Index Nominum Algarum

The INA is a card file and online reporting system maintained at the Silva Center for Phycological Documentation of the University Herbarium, University of California, Berkeley. 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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detailABOAL, Marina, Iara CHAPUIS, Monica O. PAIANO, Pedro SÁNCHEZ, John A. WEST, Brian A. WHITTON & Orlando NECCHI Jr.2018 (Feb. 8)Diversity of Chroothece (Rhodophyta, Stylonematales) including two new speciesEuropean J. Phycol.53(2): 189-197, 22 figs., 2 tables
detailALMEIDA, Fabiane F. de, Edinaldo N. SANTOS-SILVA, Luc ECTOR & Carlos E. WETZEL2018 (Feb. 8)Eunotia amazonica sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta), a common stalk-forming species from the Rio Negro basin (Brazilian Amazon)European J. Phycol.53(2): 166-179, 55 figs.
detailALVES-DA-SILVA, Sandra Maria, & Carlos Eduardo de Mattos BICUDO2018 (Jan./Mar.)Phacus multifacies sp. nov., a new Euglenophyceae from the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Southern BrazilHoehnea45(1): 143-148, 29 figs.
detailBAHLS, Loren, & Tara LUNA2018 (May 9)Cymbopleura laszlorum spec. nov. (Cymbellaceae, Bacillariophyceae), a glacial relic from a calcium-rich floodplain fen in southwestern Montana, USAPhytotaxa349(1): 47-53, 29 figs., 2 tables
detailBELANDO, Ma Dolores, Juan F. JIMÉNEZ, Arnaldo MARÍN & Marina ABOAL2018 (Apr. 12)Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Hyalosynedra lanceolata sp. nov. and an extended description of Hyalosynedra (Bacillariophyta)European J. Phycol.53(2): 208-218, 34 figs., 2 tables
detailCHO, Ga Youn, Il Ki HWANG, Martha S. CALDERON, & Sung Min BOO2018 (Mar. 15)Phylogenetic relationships of Stenogramma (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) with a description of S. coreanum sp. nov.Phycologia57(3): 243-250, 23 figs., 1 table
detailCOLLADO-VIDES, Ligia, Valéria CASSANO, Gabriel do Nascimento SANTOS, Abel SENTÍES, & Mutue T. FUJII2017 (Mar. 15)Molecular and morphological characterization of Laurencia intricata and Laurenciella mayaimii sp. nov. (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta) in South Florida, USAPhycologia57(3): 287-297, 17 figs., 1 table
detailJAHODÁŘOVÁ, Eva, Petr DVOŘÁK, Petr HAŠLER, Katerina HOLUŠOVÁ & Aloisie POULÍČKOVÁ2017 (Nov. 2) ('2018')Elainella gen. nov.: a new tropical cyanobacterium characterized using a complex genomic approachEuropean J. Phycol.53(1): 39-51, 23 figs., 2 tables
detailJIANG, Ziyi, Yan LIU, John Patrick KOCIOLEK & Yawen FAN2018 (May 15)One new Gomphonema (Bacillariophyta) species from Yunnan Province, ChinaPhytotaxa349(3): 257-264, 22 figs., 2 tables
detailLI, Yang, Ya Qiong GUO & Xiao Hui GUO2018 (Jan. 16)Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Thalassiosira sinica sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta) with delicate areolae and fultoportulae patternEuropean J. Phycol.53(2): 122-134, 22 figs., 2 tables
detailNELSON, Wendy A., & Judy E. SUTHERLAND2018 (Apr. 9)Prasionema heeschiae sp. nov. (Prasiolales, Chlorophyta) from Campbell Island, New Zealand: first record of Prasionema in the southern hemisphereEuropean J. Phycol.53(2): 198-207, 19 figs., 2 tables
detailPEREZ COCA, John Jaime, Yu-Tang CHANG, Su-Yuan LAI, Wei-Lung WANG, & Min-Ying WANG2016 (online Oct. 24) ('2017')Artificial culture conditions induce irreversible deformations in Hyalosynedra toxoneidesNova Hedwigia104(4): 499-519, 25 figs., 2 tables
detailRAHO, Nicolás, Santiago FRAGA, Josá P. ABAD & Irma MARÍN2018 (Jan. 16)Biecheleria tirezensis sp. nov. (Dinophyceae, Suessiales), a new halotolerant dinoflagellate species isolated from the athalassohaline Tirez natural pond in SpainEuropean J. Phycol.53(1): 99-113, 30 figs., 1 table
detailRIAUX-GOBIN, Catherine, Andrzej WITKOWSKI, Richard W. JORDAN, Valeriano PARRAVICINI & Serge PLANES2018 (May 11)Cocconeis kurakakea, a new diatom species from Nukutavake (Tuamotu Archipelago, South Pacific): description and comparison with C. diruptoides and C. pseudodiruptoidesPhytotaxa349(2): 115-129, 51 figs., 1 table
detailRICHARDS, Joseph L., Paul W. GABRIELSON, Jeffery R. HUGHEY, & D. Wilson FRESHWATER2018 (Mar. 15)A re-evaluation of subtidal Lithophyllum species (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) from North Carolina, USA, and the proposal of L. searlesii sp. nov.Phycologia57(3): 318-330
detailSIVER, Peter A.2018 (Mar. 15)Mallomonas aperturae sp. nov. (Synurophyceae) reveals that the complex cell architecture observed on modern synurophytes was well established by the middle EocenePhycologia57(3): 273-279, 14 figs.
detailSOARES, Luanda Pereira, Carlos Frederico D. GURGEL, & Mutue Toyota FUJII2018 (Mar. 15)Gracilaria suzannae sp. nov. (Gracilariales, Rhodophyta), a new flattened species from northeast Brazil based on morphological and molecular evidencePhycologia57(3): 345-353, 22 figs.
detailSUTTI, Suttikarn, Masaya TANI, Yukimasa YAMAGISHI, Tsuyoshi ABE, Kathy Ann MILLER, & Kazuhiro KOGAME2018 (Mar. 15)Neochondria gen. nov. (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta), a segregate of Chondria, including N. ammophila sp. nov. and N. nidifica comb. nov.Phycologia57(3): 262-272, 26 figs., 2 tables
detailTILLMANN, Urban, Marc GOTTSCHLING, Valeria GUINDER & Bernd KROCK2017 (online Nov. 1) ('2018')Amphidoma parvula (Amphidomataceae), a new planktonic dinophyte from the Argentine SeaEuropean J. Phycol.53(1): 14-28, 45 figs., 2 tables
detailULRICH, Sabine, & Kerstin RÖSKE2018 (Mar. 15)Autumnella lusatica gen. nov. and sp. nov. (Chlorophyta, Trebouxiophyceae), a new phytoplankton species in acidic lignite pit lakesPhycologia57(3): 251-261, 14 figs.
detailVAN DE VIJVER, Bart, & Ingrid JÜTTNER2018 (May 9)Eunotia manguinii nom. et stat. nov. (Bacillariophyceae), a new name for the sub-Antarctic Eunotia populations formerly identified as E. muscicola KrasskeNotulae algarum59: 1-5, 78 figs.
detailVAN DE VIJVER, Bart, & J. Patrick KOCIOLEK2018 (May 11)A new species of Nagumoea (Bacillariophyta) from Antarctica, and a further consideration of the systematic position of the genusPhytotaxa349(2): 152-158, 9 figs.