Navicula australoshetlandica Van de Vijver
Navicula australoshetlandica Van de Vijver in Van de Vijver et al. 2011: 287, figs 2-15
Published in: Van de Vijver, B., Zidarova, R., Sterken, M., Verleyen, E., de Haan, M., Vyverman, W., Hinz, F. & Sabbe, K. (2011). Revision of the genus Navicula s.s. (Bacillariophyceae) in inland waters of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic with the description of five new species. Phycologia 50(3): 281-297.
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In small melt-water streams, brooks and puddles surrounded by mosses as well as in wet soil and on mosses around melt-water basins; in sediment core from a shallow lake; associated diatom community: Nitzschia homburgiensis, N. cf. perminuta, N. debilis, various Luticola taxa, Amphora cf. veneta and various Pinnularia taxa (Van de vijver et al. 2011) - (3 Jun 2011) - Wendy Guiry
This is a freshwater/terrestrial species.
Type locality: King George Island, South Shetland Islands, (near the Bellingshausen Station) (Van de Vijver et al. 2011: 287). Holotype: L. Beyens; 19 January 1998; small, shallow mud pool surrounded by mosses, witha a pH of 8.8. BR 4172 (from sample W625) (Van de Vijver et al. 2011: 287). Notes: Isotype: PLP-158 (UA); BRM-ZU7/56.
Zindarova, R., Kopalová, K. & Van der Vijver, B. (2016). Diatoms from the Antarctic region: maritime Antarctica. Bibliotheca Diatomologica 28: [i]-vii, 9-504, 216 pls.
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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 19 April 2019.