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Ulva australis Areschoug

Classification:
Empire Eukaryota
Kingdom Plantae
Subkingdom Viridiplantae
Infrakingdom Chlorophyta infrakingdom
Phylum Chlorophyta
Subphylum Chlorophytina
Class Ulvophyceae
Order Ulvales
Family Ulvaceae
Genus Ulva

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Ulva australis Areschoug
subtidal with Zostera marina, Ría de Ferrol, Galicia, Spain, 2015, Ignacio Bárbara. 24 Dec 2016. Ignacio Bárbara. © Ignacio Bárbara (barbara@udc.es).

Ulva australis Areschoug
subtidal, Ría de Ferrol, Galicia, Spain, 2014. 24 Dec 2016. Ignacio Bárbara. © Ignacio Bárbara (barbara@udc.es).

Ulva australis Areschoug
Ría de Arosa, Galicia, Spain, 2011. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

Ulva australis Areschoug
Ría de Arosa, Galicia, Spain, 2011. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

Ulva australis Areschoug
North of Portugal, 2012. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

Ulva australis Areschoug
North of Portugal, 2012. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

Ulva australis Areschoug
North of Portugal, 2012. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

Ulva australis Areschoug
North of Portugal, 2012. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

Ulva australis Areschoug
North of Portugal, 2012. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

Ulva australis Areschoug
Ría of Ares, Galicia, Spain, 2001. Ignacio Barbara. © Ignacio Barbara.

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Ulva australis Areschoug Ría of Ferrol, Galicia, Spain, 2014
© Ignacio Barbara

Publication details
Ulva australis Areschoug 1854: 370

Published in: Areschoug, J.E. (1854). Phyceae novae et minus cognitae in maribus extraeuropaeis collectae. Nova Acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis, series 3 1: 329-372.
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Type species
The type species (holotype) of the genus Ulva is Ulva lactuca Linnaeus.

Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.

Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), south, southern (Stearn 1973).

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Ulva pertusa Kjellman 1897

Taxonomic notes
According to Kirkendale et al. (2013: table 1), New South Wales collections field identified as U. ranunculata Kraft & A. Miller fall in this group. - (15 May 2013) - Wendy Guiry

Distributional notes
This species was introduced accidentally, probably via oysters from Japan or elsewhere in the NW Pacific, into the Mediterranean (Verlaque et al. 2015: 281), being first found in the Etang de Thau (France) in 1984. Other introduced populations are likely worldwide. - (6 Nov 2015) - M.D. Guiry

General environment
This is a marine species.

Common names

(as Ulva pertusa Kjellman)
English: Lacy Sea Lettuce (Chapman & Chapman 1980).

Japanese: Ana-awosa, Awosa (Tokida 1954).

Type information
Type locality: "In caulibus Cauliniae antarcticae parasitica, ad oram Novae Hollandiae australem in sinu Port Adelaide." [Port Adelaide, South Australia, on the stems of Amphibolis antarctica] (Areschoug 1854: 370). Lectotype: S (Womersley 1984: 141). Notes: Womersley (1984: 141) notes that the type sheet consists of four specimens.

Detailed distribution with sources
(as Ulva australis Areschoug)
Europe: France (Anon. 2017), Italy (Miladi et al. 2008), Netherlands (Fort, Guiry & Suplice 2018), Spain (Couceiro et al. 2011, Bárbara et al. 2015), Spain (incl. Canary Is.) (Gallardo et al. 2016).

North America: North America (Kirkendale et al. 2013).

South America: Chile (Oróstica et al. 2017).

Asia: China (Hainan Island) (Titlyanov et al. 2015), Korea (Choi et al. 2015), South Korea (Kirkendale et al. 2013), Yonaguni Island (Titlyanov et al. 2016).

South-east Asia: Philippines (Ang, Sin Man Leung & Mei Mei Choi 2014).

Australia and New Zealand: New South Wales (Womersley 1984, Kirkendale et al. 2013), Queensland (Cribb 1996), South Australia (Womersley 1984, Kirkendale et al. 2013), Tasmania (Womersley 1984, Kirkendale et al. 2013, Scott 2017), Victoria (Womersley 1984, Shepherd et al. 2009, Kraft et al. 2010, Kirkendale et al. 2013), Western Australia (Womersley 1984, Kirkendale et al. 2013).

(as Ulva pertusa Kjellman)
Europe: France (Verlaque 2001, Haynuda et al. 2016, Anon. 2017), France (Breizh) (Haynuda et al. 2016), Italy (Wolf et al. 2012), Netherlands (Stegenga, Kaaremans & Simons 2007, Gittenberger et al. 2010 , Haynuda et al. 2016), Spain (Baamonde López et al. 2007, Haynuda et al. 2016).

North America: British Columbia (Saunders & Kucera 2010, Haynuda et al. 2016), California (Hayden & Waaland 2004, Miller 2012, Haynuda et al. 2016), New Hampshire (Hofman et al. 2010).

South America: Chile (Haynuda et al. 2016).

Africa: Kenya (Silva, Basson & Moe 1996, Bolton, Oyieke & Gwanda 2007), Mauritius (Silva, Basson & Moe 1996), Tanzania (incl. Zanzibar) (Silva, Basson & Moe 1996).

Indian Ocean Islands: Rodrigues Island (De Clerck et al. 2004).

South-west Asia: Arabian Gulf (John & Al-Thani 2014), Sri Lanka (Coppejans et al. 2009), Yemen (Silva, Basson & Moe 1996).

Asia: China (Tseng 1984, Jin et al. 2005, Liu 2008, Tseng 2009, Titlyanov et al. 2011 , Wang 2012, Liu et al. 2017), China (Hainan Island) (Titlyanova, Titlyanov & Kalita 2014), Japan (Okamura 1936, Segawa 1981, Yoshida, Nakajima & Nakata 1990, Shimada et al. 2003, Hayden & Waaland 2004, Titlyanov et al 2006, Titlyanov & Titlyanov 2012, Matsumoto & Shimada 2015, Yoshida, Suzuki & Yoshinaga 2015, Haynuda et al. 2016), Korea (Lee & Kang 1986, Lee & Kang 2001, Jeong, et al. 2002, Kim et al. 2004, Han & Han 2005, Lee 2008, Bae 2010, Lee et al. 2011, Park et al. 2014, Kang & Kim 2016, Kim et al. 2017), Kurile Islands (Nagai 1940), Russia (Haynuda et al. 2016), South China Sea (Phang et al. 2016), South Korea (Haynuda et al. 2016), Taiwan (Lewis & Norris 1987, Huang 2000, Shao 2003-2014, Anon. 2012).

South-east Asia: Indonesia (Silva, Basson & Moe 1996, Atmadja & Prud'homme van Reine 2014), Philippines (Silva, Meñez & Moe 1987), Singapore (Teo & Wee 1983, Silva, Basson & Moe 1996, Pham et al. 2011).

Australia and New Zealand: Chatham Islands (Nelson 2013), New South Wales (Haynuda et al. 2016), New Zealand (Heesch et al. 2009, Broady et al. 2012, Haynuda et al. 2016), North Island, NZ (Nelson 2013), South Island, NZ (Nelson 2013), Stewart Island/Rakiura (Nelson 2013), Tasmania (Haynuda et al. 2016), Victoria (Haynuda et al. 2016).

Key references
Cormaci, M., Furnari, G., & Alongi, G. (2014). Flora marina bentonica del Mediterraneo: Chlorophyta. Bollettino dell'Accademia Gioenia di Scienze Naturali di Catania 47: 11-436.

Couceiro, L., Cremades, J. & Barreiro, R. (2011). Evidence for multiple introductions of the Pacific green alga Ulva australis Areschoug (Ulvales, Chlorophyta) to the Iberian Peninsula. Botanica Marina 54(4): 391-402.

Kirkendale, L., Saunders, G.W. & Winberg, P. (2013). A molecular survey of Ulva (Chlorophyta) in temperate Australia reveals enhanced levels of cosmopolitanism. Journal of Phycology 49(1): 69-81.

Kraft, L.G.K., Kraft, G.T. & Waller, R.F. (2010). Investigations into southern Australian Ulva (Ulvophyceae, Chlorophyta) taxonomy and molecular phylogeny indicate both cosmopolitanism and endemic cryptic species. Journal of Phycology 46(6): 1257-1277.

Mathieson, A.C. & Dawes, C.J. (2017). Seaweeds of the Northwest Atlantic. pp. [i]-x, 1-798, CIX pls. Amherst & Boston: University of Massachusetts Press.

Miladi, R., Manghisi, A., Armeli Minicante, S.. Genovese, G., Abdelfkafi, S. & Morabito, M. (2018). A DNA barcoding survey of Ulva (Chlorophyta) in Tunisia and Italy reveals the presence of the overlooked alien U. ohnoi. Cryptogamie Algologie 39(1): 85-107.

Oróstica, M., Calderon, M.S., Boo, S.M., Sandoval, C. & Edding, M. (2017). Nuevo registro de Ulva australis (Ulvaceae, Chlorophyta) en el norte de Chile. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 52: 621-630, 3 figs.

Scott, F.J. (2017). Marine plants of Tasmania. pp. [i]-viii, 1-360, numerous col. illus. Hobart: Tasmania Herbarium, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.

Verlaque, M., Ruitton, S., Mineur, F. & Boudouresque, C.-F. (2015). CIESM atlas of exotic species of the Mediterranean. Macrophytes. pp. [1]-362, many photograph and maps. Monaco: CIESM Publishers.

Created: 30 April 2000 by M.D. Guiry

Verified by: 23 March 2018 by Wendy Guiry

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References
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Choi, H.G., Kim, B.Y., Park, S.K., Heo, J.S., Kim, C., Kim, Y.S. & Nam, K.W. (2015). Effects of wave action and grazers on frond perforation of the genus Ulva australis. Algae. An International Journal of Algal Research 30(1): 59-66.
Couceiro, L., Cremades, J. & Barreiro, R. (2011). Evidence for multiple introductions of the Pacific green alga Ulva australis Areschoug (Ulvales, Chlorophyta) to the Iberian Peninsula. Botanica Marina 54(4): 391-402.
Oróstica, M., Calderon, M.S., Boo, S.M., Sandoval, C. & Edding, M. (2017). Nuevo registro de Ulva australis (Ulvaceae, Chlorophyta) en el norte de Chile. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 52: 621-630, 3 figs.

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