Dictyosiphon fasciculatus J.D.Hooker &
Dictyosiphon fasciculatus J.D.Hooker & Harvey in Harvey & W.J.Hooker 1845: 178, pl. 69: fig. 1
Published in: Harvey, W.H. & Hooker, J.D. (1845). XXXVI. Algae L. In: The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror, in the years 1839-1843, under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross, Kt., R.N., F.R.S., etc. by Joseph Dalton Hooker, M.D., R.N., F.L.S., assistant surgeon of the "Erebus" and botanist to the expedition. Vol. 1. Flora antarctica. Part I. Botany of Lord Auckland's Group and Campbell's Island. (Hooker, J.D. Eds), pp. 175-193. London: L. Reeve.
Status of name
This name is currently regarded as a synonym of Scytothamnus fasciculatus (J.D.Hooker & Harvey) A.D.Cotton
Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), clustered, growing in bundles (Stearn 1973).
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.
This is a marine species.
Type locality: Lord Auckland's Group [Auckland Islands] (Womersley 1987: 140). Type: BM (ex K) (Womersley 1987: 140).
No distributions recorded
No distributional records for this taxon have been recorded by AlgaeBase to date. Generally, recent national lists or extensive regional or state lists have been employed to give a general indication of distribution.
Source of current name
Cotton, A.D. (1915). Cryptogams from the Falkland Islands collected by Mrs. Vallentin. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany 43: 137-231, Plates 4-10.
Created: 10 January 1999 by M.D. Guiry
Verified by: 03 September 2011 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 June 2019.