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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detailGONG, Sanqiang, Zhiyong LI, Fengli ZHANG, Yilin XIAO, & Hao CHENG2018 (Aug. 23)Symbiochlorum hainanensis gen. et sp. nov. (Ulvophyceae, Chlorophyta) isolated from bleached corals living in the South China SeaJ. Phycol.54(6): 811-817, 3 figs., 1 table
detailHIND, Katharine R., Paul W. GABRIELSON, Cassandra JENSEN, & Patrick T. MARTONE2018 (Sep. 23)Evolutionary reversals in Bossiella (Corallinales, Rhodophyta): first report of a coralline genus with both geniculate and nongeniculate speciesJ. Phycol.54(6): 788-798, 3 figs.
detailLI, Yang, Huan Chang DONG, Sing Tung TENG, Stephen S. BATES, & Po Teen LIM2018 (Oct. 1)Pseudo-nitzschia nanaoensis sp. nov. (Bacillariophyceae) from the Chinese coast of the South China SeaJ. Phycol.54(6): 918-922, 2 figs.
detailLIM, An Suk, Hae Jin JEONG, Ji Eun KWON, Sung Yeon LEE, & Ji Hye KIM2018 (Oct. 1)Gonyaulax whaseongensis sp. nov. (Gonyaulacales, Dinophyceae), a new phototrophic species from Korean coastal watersJ. Phycol.54(6): 923-928, 3 figs.
detailSANTIAÑEZ, Wilfred John E., & Michael J. WYNNE2018 (Oct. 15) ('2019')Evidence for the treatment of Talarodictyon tilesii as an older taxonomic synonym of Hydroclathrus stephanosorus (Scytosiphonaceae, Phaeophyceae)Phycological Research67(1): 82-85, 1 fig., 1 table
detailYAMADA, Norico, Mahmutjan DAWUT, Ryuta TERADA, & Takeo HORIGUCHI2018 (Aug. 10) ('2019')Plagiodinium ballux sp. nov. (Dinophyceae), a deep (36 m) sand dwelling dinoflagellate from subtropical JapanPhycological Research67: 12-20, 6 figs. 1 table