Synarthrophyton schielianum & M.S.Foster
Synarthrophyton schielianum Woelkerling & M.S.Foster 1989: 40, figs 1-35
Published in: Woelkerling, W.J. & Foster, M.S. (1989). A systematic and ecographic account of Synarthrophyton schielianum sp. nov. (Corallinaceae, Rhodophyta) from the Chatham Islands. Phycologia 28: 39-60.
The type species (holotype) of the genus Synarthrophyton is Synarthrophyton patena (J.D.Hooker & Harvey) R.A.Townsend.
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This is a marine species.
Type locality: Waihere Bay, Pitt Island, Chatham Islands (New Zealand) (Woelkerling & Foster 1989: 41). Holotype: M.S. Foster; 5 March 1987; depth of c. 5m. WELT A17854 (Woelkerling & Foster 1989: 41). Notes: Holotype is shown in Fig. 1B of original publication.
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Woelkerling, W.J. & Foster, M.S. (1989). A systematic and ecographic account of Synarthrophyton schielianum sp. nov. (Corallinaceae, Rhodophyta) from the Chatham Islands. Phycologia 28: 39-60.
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