Peyssonnelia iridescens D.L. & H. Ruiz
Peyssonnelia iridescens D.L.Ballantine & H. Ruiz Western end of Menjangan Island, Bali, Indonesia Depth 22m Habitat: encrusting on reef wall
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Peyssonnelia iridescens D.L.Ballantine & H. Ruiz 2010: 538, figs 1, 2, 5-13
Published in: Ballantine, D.L. & Ruiz, H. (2010). Two new deepwater Peyssonnelia species, Peyssonnelia iridescens and Peyssonnelia gigaspora (Peyssonneliaceae, Rhodophyta) from Puerto Rico, Caribbean Sea. Phycologia 49(6): 537-544.
The type species (lectotype) of the genus Peyssonnelia is Peyssonnelia squamaria (S.G.Gmelin) Decaisne ex J.Agardh.
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Type locality: La Parguera, Puerto Rico (17º53.423'N, 66º59.320'W) (Ballantine & Ruiz 2010: 538). Holotype: Hector Ruiz; 3 March 2008; edge of insular shelf ("Weinberg"); 50 m. US Alg. Coll. 210811 (DLB 7316) (Ballantine & Ruiz 2010: 538). Notes: Isotypes: MICH, MSM, US. Paratypes in MSM.
Created: 14 December 2010 by Wendy Guiry
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Ballantine, D.L. & Ruiz, H. (2010). Two new deepwater Peyssonnelia species, Peyssonnelia iridescens and Peyssonnelia gigaspora (Peyssonneliaceae, Rhodophyta) from Puerto Rico, Caribbean Sea. Phycologia 49(6): 537-544.
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Wendy 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 21 July 2019.