Euhymenia Kützing, 1843
Lectotype species: Euhymenia reniformis (Turner) Kützing
Currently accepted name for the type species: Kallymenia reniformis (Turner) J.Agardh
Original publication:Kützing, F.T. (1843). Phycologia generalis oder Anatomie, Physiologie und Systemkunde der Tange. Mit 80 farbig gedruckten Tafeln, gezeichnet und gravirt vom Verfasser. pp. [part 1]: [i]-xxxii, -142, [part 2:] 143-458, 1, err.], pls 1-80. Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus.
Type designated in Saunders, G.W., Huisman, J.M., Vergés, A., Kraft, G.T. & Le Gall, L. (2017). Phylogenetic analyses support recognition of ten new genera, ten new species and 16 new combinations in the family Kallymeniaceae (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta). Cryptogamie Algologie 38(2): 79-132, 126 figs.
Taxonomic status: currently regarded as a synonym of Kallymenia.
Gender: This genus name is currently treated as feminine.
Most recent taxonomic treatment adopted: Wynne, M.J. (2018). Regarding Kallymenia J.Agardh, 1842, Euhymenia Kützing nom. illeg. 1843, and the proposal of Croisettea gen. nov. (Kallymeniaceae, Rhodophyta). Notulae Algarum 76: 1-4.
See Wynne (2018) - (26 Sep 2018) - M.D. Guiry
Description: Member of the Kallymeniaceae with foliose blades; medulla lax, with an interconnected network of slender filaments and stellate cells; inner cortex typically one or two layers of periclinally elongated cells internal to two or three layers of smaller cortical cells that decrease in size towards the surface. Nonprocarpic; supporting cells either mono- or polycarpogonial, also carrying up to ten subsidiary cells; supporting cell, carpogonial branch cells and subsidiary cells typically elongate to some degree. Fusion cells, where known, prominent, deeply lobed, incorporating the supporting and subsidiary cells and issuing long connecting filaments. Auxiliary cell systems formed by the auxiliary cell bearing up to six subsidiary cells. Gonimoblast filaments develop from the auxiliary cell or from the connecting filament near the site of fusion with the auxiliary cell.
Information kindly contributed by Revised description by G.W. Saunders <i>et al.</i> (2017) but may now be outdated.
Numbers of names and species: There are 25 species names in the database at present.
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Some of the descriptions included in AlgaeBase were originally from the unpublished Encyclopedia of Algal Genera, organised in the 1990s by Dr Bruce Parker on behalf of the Phycological Society of America (PSA) and intended to be published in CD format. These AlgaeBase descriptions are now being continually updated, and each current contributor is identified above. The PSA and AlgaeBase warmly acknowledge the generosity of all past and present contributors and particularly the work of Dr Parker.
Descriptions of chrysophyte genera were subsequently published in J. Kristiansen & H.R. Preisig (eds.). 2001. Encyclopedia of Chrysophyte Genera. Bibliotheca Phycologica 110: 1-260.
Created: 28 March 2003 by M.D. Guiry
Verified by: 26 September 2018 by M.D. Guiry
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M.D. Guiry in Guiry, M.D. & Guiry, G.M. 2019. AlgaeBase. World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway. http://www.algaebase.org; searched on 16 February 2019.