Durvillaea poha C.I.Fraser, H.G.Spencer & J.M.Waters
Durvillaea poha C.I.Fraser, H.G.Spencer & J.M.Waters Three Durvillaea species on the same rock platform but at different tidal positions - D. poha (foreground, high tide region), D. antarctica (mid-tide) and D. willana (water\'s edge, partially submerged even at low tide). Tautuku Peninsula, south-eastern N
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Durvillaea poha C.I.Fraser, H.G.Spencer & J.M.Waters 2012: 153, figs 2-5
Published in: Fraser, C.I., Spencer, H.G. & Waters,J.M. (2012). Durvillaea poha sp. nov. (Fucales,Phaeophyceae): a buoyant southern bull-kelp species endemic to New Zealand. Phycologia 51(2): 151-156.
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Type locality: Brighton Beach, southeastern New Zealand (45º56'53.25"S, 170º20'10.59"E) (Fraser et al. 2012: 153). Holotype: fig. 5: Ceridwen Fraser; 28 February 2011; WELT A030888 (Fraser et al. 2012: 153). Notes: Paratypes: WELT A030889 (2 March 2011); OTA 61681 (2 March 2011).
Nelson, W.A. (2013). New Zealand seaweeds. An illustrated guide. pp. -328. Wellington: Te Papa Press.
Created: 18 April 2012 by Wendy Guiry
Verified by: 15 December 2013 by M.D. Guiry
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Fraser, C.I., Spencer, H.G. & Waters,J.M. (2012). Durvillaea poha sp. nov. (Fucales,Phaeophyceae): a buoyant southern bull-kelp species endemic to New Zealand. Phycologia 51(2): 151-156.
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