Chondria dasyphylla (Woodward) C.
Chondria dasyphylla (Woodward) C.Agardh Peter the Great Bay, Russia
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Chondria dasyphylla (Woodward) C.Agardh 1817: xviii
Published in: Agardh, C.A. (1817). Synopsis algarum Scandinaviae, adjecta dispositione universali algarum. pp. [i]-xl, -135. Lundae [Lund]: Ex officina Berlingiana.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Fucus dasyphyllus Woodward
Lectotype locality: Yarmouth, Norfolk, England (Silva, Basson & Moe 1996: 481). Neotype: BM-K (Maggs & Hommersand 1993: 390). Notes: Type locality recorded by Maggs & Hommersand (1993: 390) as Essex (Yarmouth); undated, Turner. Syntype localities: Cromer and Yarmouth, Norfolk, England (South & Skelton, 2003).
Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), With markedly hairy leaves (Stearn 1973).
Widespread in warm and warm-temperate seas. Very common in shallow waters (Lipkin & Silva 2002). Epilithic on bedrock, more frequently on mobile substrata such as pebbles, shells and maerl, tolerant of sand-cover, in mid-to lower-shore pools and from extreme low water to 20 m depth, occasional on wave-exposed bedrock lacking kelp forest but rarely under kelp canopy, common at wave-sheltered sites with moderate to strong current exposure; particularly abundant in Zostera marina beds (Maggs & Hommersand 1993). - (9 Jun 2010) - Wendy Guiry
This is a marine species.
(as Chondria dasyphylla (Woodward) C.Agardh)
English: Diamond Cartilage Weed (Bunker et al. 2010).
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De Valéra, M. (1975). Contrasting features of apical growth in Chondria dasyphylla and C. tenuissima. British Phycological Journal 10: 314.
Gordon-Mills, E. (1987). Morphology and taxonomy of Chondria tenuissima and Chondria dasyphylla (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) from European waters. British Phycological Journal 22: 237-255.
Rao, C.S.P. & Gujarati, A.R. (1973). Second meiotic division in the tetrasporangium of Chondria dasyphylla (Woodw.) C. Ag.. Curr. Sci. 42: 361-362, 2 figs.
Åsen, P.A. (1980). A note on Chondria dasyphylla, Hymenoclonium serpens (Rhodophyta) and Bryopsis lyngbyei (chlorophyta) in Norway. British Phycological Journal 15: 73-75.
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