Fucus crinalis Hare ex Turner
Gelidium crinale (Hare ex Turner) Gaillon North of Spain, 2010
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Fucus crinalis Hare ex Turner 1819: 4-5, pl. 198: figs a-c, e-g
Published in: Turner, D. (1811-1819 '1819'). Fuci sive plantarum fucorum generi a botanicis ascriptarum icones descriptiones et historia. Fuci, or coloured figures and descriptions of the plants referrred by botanists to the genus Fucus. Vol. IV pp. [i, iii], -153, [1-2], [1-7], pls 197-258 (col. copp. W.J. Hooker). Londini [London]: typis J. M'Creery, impensis J. et A. Arch.
Status of name
This name is currently regarded as a synonym of Gelidium crinale (Hare ex Turner) Gaillon
Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), of the hair (Smith & Lockwood 1933).
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.
Date and authorities as in Lipkin & Silva (2002: 9). Xia Bangmei et al. (2002) cite this as Fucus crinalis Turner, 1819: 4, pl. 198; also in Dixon & Irvine, 1977, INA and Silva et al., 1996.
Silva et al. (1996: 137) note that the combining author of the binomial Gelidium crinale is usually considered to be Lamouroux 1825: 191 (e.g. Womersley & Guiry,1994: 133) who, however, gave no clue as to the basionym. - (5 Jun 2009) - Wendy Guiry
This is a marine species.
Lectotype locality: Ilfracombe, Devonshire, England (Dixon & Irvine 1977: 140). Lectotype (provisional): R. Hare; BM ex K (Dixon & Irvine 1977: 140). Notes: Dawson (1953: 64) notes holotype is not designated but may be considered to be a specimen without locality data from the Turner Herbarium, now in Kew, England. It is annotated "This is Turner's idea of G. crinale and may be taken as the type. f. W.A.S." An isotype fragment of this specimen is on sheet 55234 in HAHF. Silva et al. (1996: 137) note that Fucus crinalis was lectotypified by Dawson (1953: 64), who, however cited "Rocks at Kilmouth, Cornwall, England" as the provenance of the lectotype specimen and that the error was corrected by Dixon & L. Irvine (1977a: 140).
Diaz-Tapia, P. & Bárbara, I. (2014). Seaweeds from sand-covered rocks of the Atlantic Iberian Peninsula. Part 2. Palmariales, Ceramiales (excluding Rhodomelaceae), Gelidiales, Gigartinales, Plocamiales, Rhodymeniales and Scytothamniales. Cryptogamie Algologie 35(2): 157-199.
Dixon, P.S. & Irvine, L.M. (1977). Miscellaneous notes on algal taxonomy and nomenclature. IV. Botaniska Notiser 120: 137-141.
Santelices, B. (1988). Taxonomic studies on Chinese Gelidiales (Rhodophyta). In: Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds. (Abbott, I.A. Eds) Vol.2, pp. 91-107.
Silva, P.C., Basson, P.W. & Moe, R.L. (1996). Catalogue of the benthic marine algae of the Indian Ocean. University of California Publications in Botany 79: 1-1259.
Womersley, H.B.S. & Guiry, M.D. (1994). Order Gelidiales Kylin 1923: 132. In: The marine benthic flora of southern Australia. Part IIIA. Bangiophyceae and Florideophyceae (Acrochaetiales, Nemaliales, Gelidiales, Hildenbrandiales and Gigartinales sensu lato). (Womersley, H.B.S. Eds), pp. 118-142. Canberra: Australian Biological Resources Study.
Xia, B.M., Tseng, C.K. & Wang, Y.Q. (2002). Synopsis of the Chinese species of Gelidium (Gelidiales, Rhodophyta). In: Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds with reference to some Pacific species. Vol. VIII. (Abbott, I.A. & Mcdermid, K.J. Eds) Vol.8, pp. 183-205. La Jolla: California Sea Grant College.
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