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Chara hispida Linnaeus, nom. et typ. cons.

Classification:
Empire Eukaryota
Kingdom Plantae
Subkingdom Viridiplantae
Infrakingdom Streptophyta infrakingdom
Phylum Charophyta
Class Charophyceae
Order Charales
Family Characeae
Tribe Chareae
Genus Chara

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Chara hispida Linnaeus
Fertile branch. Houghton Regis Chalk Pit (Marl Lakes) SSSI, Bedfordshire, UK.. 15 May 2017. © Chris Carter(chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Red-cyan anaglyph showing spine cells in 3D. Houghton Regis Chalk Pit (Marl Lakes) SSSI, Bedfordshire, UK.. 15 May 2017. © Chris Carter(chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Multiple spine cells. Dark ground image. Houghton Regis Chalk Pit (Marl Lakes) SSSI, Bedfordshire, UK.. 15 May 2017. © Chris Carter(chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Spine cells. BF image. Houghton Regis Chalk Pit (Marl Lakes) SSSI, Bedfordshire, UK.. 15 May 2017. © Chris Carter(chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Red-cyan anaglyph. Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK.. 11 Sep 2014. © C.F.Carter (chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK.. 11 Sep 2014. © C.F.Carter (chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Red-cyan anaglyph. Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK.. 11 Sep 2014. © C.F.Carter (chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK.. 11 Sep 2014. © C.F.Carter (chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK.. 11 Sep 2014. © C.F.Carter (chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

Chara hispida Linnaeus
Red-cyan anaglyph. Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK.. 11 Sep 2014. © C.F.Carter (chris.carter'at'6cvw.freeuk.com.

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Chara hispida Linnaeus Red-cyan anaglyph. Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK.
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Publication details
Chara hispida Linnaeus 1753: 1156, nom. et typ. cons.

Published in: Linnaeus, C. (1753). Species plantarum, exhibentes plantas rite cognitas, ad genera relatas, cum differentiis specificis, nominibus trivialibus, synonymis selectis, locis natalibus, secundum systema sexuale digestas. Vol. 2 pp. [i], 561-1200, [1-30, index], [i, err.]. Holmiae [Stockholm]: Impensis Laurentii Salvii.
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Type species
A type species for this genus does not appear to have been designated.

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

Infrageneric classification
Subgenus Chara Section Hartmania

Origin of species name
Adjective A (Latin), hispid, covered with coarse rigid erect hairs or bristles harsh to the touch [or seeming so] (Stearn 1973).

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Chara hispida var. major C.J.Hartman 1820
Chara hispida var. gymnoteles A.Braun 1835
Chara hispida f. breviradiata N.Filarszky 1930
Chara hispida f. elongata N.Filarszky 1930
Chara hispida f. heteroteles N.Filarszky 1930
Chara hispida f. stricta N.Filarszky 1930
Chara hispida var. [maior] f. maior (Hartman) R.D.Wood 1962

Nomenclatural notes
According to Gregor et al. (2014: 933): "Wood's designation of LINN 1088.4 as lectotype means that the name C. hispida should be applied to the taxon currently known as C. aspera. Meanwhile, the taxon widely understood as C. hispida would need to be replaced by C. equisetina Kütz. (in Flora 17: 706. 1834)." Accordingly, they proposed a new and conserved type. - (10 Mar 2018) - M.D. Guiry

General environment
This is a freshwater species.

Type information
Type locality: Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, 2 km N of Gummanz (Gregor et al. 2014: 933). Holotype: Schubert; 30 Apr 2014; B (Gregor et al. 2014: 933). Notes: Isotypes: BM, C, FR, G, JE, L, LE, MA, MO, MW, NY, P, ROST, S, US, W). Conserved type.

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Key references
Borisova, O.V. (2015 '2014'). Charales. In: Algae of Ukraine: diversity, nomenclature, taxonomy, ecology and geography. Volume 4: Charophyta. (Tsarenko, P.M., Wasser, S.P. & Nevo, E. Eds), pp. 454-465. Ruggell: Koeltz Scientific Books.

Bryant, J.A. & Stewart, N.F. (2011). Phylum Chlorophyta. Order Charales. In: The freshwater algal flora of the British Isles. An identification guide to freshwater and terrestrial algae. Second edition. (John, D.M., Whitton, B.A. & Brook, A.J. Eds), pp. 742-765. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cirujano, S, Cambra, J., Sánchez Castillo, P.M., Meco, A. & Flor Arnau, N. (2008). Flora ibérica algas continentales. Carófitos (Characeae). pp. [1]-132, 125 figs. Madrid: Real Jardín Botánico.

Gregor, T., Blindow, I., Raabe, U., Schubert, H. & Stewart, N. (2014). Proposal to conserve the name Chara hispida (Characeae) with a conserved type . Taxon 63(4): 933–934.

Mannschreck, B., Fink, T. & Melzer, A. (2002). Biosystematics of selected Chara species (Charophyta) using amplified fragment length polymorphism. Phycologia 41: 657-666.

Muller, S, D., Rhazi, L. & Soulie-Märsche, I. (2017). Diversity and distribution of Characeae in the Maghreb (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia). Crytogamie Algologie 38(3): 201-251.

Prud'homme van Reine, W.F. (2017). Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Algae: 15. Taxon 66(1): 191-192.

Ruprecht, F.J. (1846). Symbolae ad historiam et geographiam plantarum Rossicarum. pp. [1]-242, 6 pls. Petropoli [St Petersburg]: typis et impensis academinae imperialis scientiarum.

Schneider, S.C., Rodrigues, A., Moe, T.F. & Ballot, A. (2015). DNA barcoding the genus Chara: molecular evidence recovers fewer taxa than the classical morphological approach. Journal of Phycology 51(2): 367-380.

Schneider, S.C., Rodrigues, A., Moe, T.F. & Ballot, A. (2015). DNA barcoding the genus Chara: molecular evidence recovers fewer taxa than the classical morphological approach. Journal of Phycology 51(2): 367-380.

Schubert, H & Blindow, I. (2004). Charophytes of the Baltic Sea. . Ruggell: A.R.G. Gantner Verlag Kommanditgesellschaft.

Spencer, M.A., Irvine, L.M. & Jarvis, C.E. (2009). Typification of Linnaean names relevant to algal nomenclature. Taxon 58: 237-260.

Urbaniak, J. & Combik, M. (2013). Genetic and morphological data fail to differentiate Chara intermedia from C. baltica, or C. polycantha and C. rudis from C. hispida. European Journal of Phycology 48(3): 253-259.

Urbaniak, J. & Gabka, M. (2014). Polish Charophytes. An illustrated guide to identification. pp. [1]-120. Wroclaw: Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy we Wroclawiu.

Wallroth, K.F.G. (1815). Annus Botanicus, sive supplementum tertium ad Curti Sprengelii Floram Halensem 1815. pp. [i]-xxx, 1-194, pls I-VI. Halae [Halle]: Sumptibus Car. Aug. Kümmelii.

Watterlot, A. & Prey, T. (2016). Inventaire des Characées sur le territoire picard (Aisne, Oise et Somme): Évaluation patrimoniale. Version No. 2, décembre 2016. pp. [1]-30, Annexe, 31-56 [Maps]. Bailleul: Centre régional de phytosociologie. Conservatoire botanique national de Bailleul.

Willdenow, C.L. (1805). Du genre nommé Chara. Mémoires de l'Académie Royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres [Berlin], Classe de Philosophie Expérimentale 1805: 79-90, pls I, II.

Created: 11 April 2002 by M.D. Guiry

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References
(Please note: only references with the binomials in the title are included. The information is from the Literature database.)

Andrews, M. (1987). Phosphate uptake by the component parts of Chara hispida. British Phycological Journal 22: 49-53, 1 fig, 1 table.
Andrews, M., McInroy, S. & Raven, J.A. (1984). Culture of Chara hispida. British Phycological Journal 19: 277-280, 3 figs.
Barinova, S., Romanov, R. & Solak, C.N. (2014). New record of Chara Hispida (L.) Hartm. (Streptophyta: Charophyceae, Charales) from the Isikli Lake (Turkey) and critical checklist of Turkish Charophytes. Natural Resources and Conservation 2(3): 33-42, 4 figs.
Box, R.J. & Andrews, M.H.G. (1983). The contribution of the Chara hispida rhizoid in carbon and phosphorus uptake. British Phycological Journal 18: 201.
Gregor, T., Blindow, I., Raabe, U., Schubert, H. & Stewart, N. (2014). Proposal to conserve the name Chara hispida (Characeae) with a conserved type . Taxon 63(4): 933–934.
Pors, Y. & Steinberg, C.E.W. (2012). Humic substances delay aging of the photosynthetic apparatus of Chara hispida. Journal of Phycology 48(6): 1522-1529.
Rodrigo, M.A., Rojo, C., Alvarez, M. & Cirujano, S. (2007). Chara hispida beds as a sink of nitrogen: Evidence from growth, nitrogen uptake and decomposition. Aquatic Botany 87: 7-14.
Urbaniak, J. & Combik, M. (2013). Genetic and morphological data fail to differentiate Chara intermedia from C. baltica, or C. polycantha and C. rudis from C. hispida. European Journal of Phycology 48(3): 253-259.

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