Laurencia botryoides (C. )
Laurencia botryoides (C.Agardh) Gaillon 1828: 363
Published in: Gaillon, B. (1828). Résumé méthodique des classifications des Thalassiophytes. Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles [Levrault] 53: 350-406, Tables 1-3.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Chondria botryoides C.Agardh
Type locality: Kent I., Bass Strait (Womersley 2003: 475). Holotype: Brown; in shallow water. BM (Womersley 2003: 475).
Chondria botryoides C.Agardh 1817
Fucus botryoides Turner 1811
South & Skelton (2003: 739) cite this species as Laurencia botryoides (Turner) Gaillon 1828.
South & Skelton (2003) cite Laurencia botryoides (Turner) Gaillon 1828 as a synonym of Laurencia glandulifera (Kützing) Kützing 1849.
This is a marine species.
Confined to the cooler waters of south-eastern Australia, occurring just below low tide level or in pools (Womersley 2003: 475).
Saito, Y. & Womersley, H.B.S. (1974). The southern Australian species of Laurencia (Ceramiales: Rhodophyta). Australian Journal of Botany 22: 815-874, 27 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.
Womersley, H.B.S. (2003). The marine benthic flora of southern Australia - Part IIID Ceramiales - Delesseriaceae, Sarcomeniaceae, Rhodomelaceae. pp. -533. Canberra & Adelaide: Australian Biological Resources Study & State Herbarium of South Australia.
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