Gomphonema manifestum Kociolek, Spaulding, Sabbe & Vyverman
Gomphonema manifestum Kociolek, Spaulding, Sabbe & Vyverman 2004: 433, figs 54-73
Published in: Kociolek, J.P., Spaulding, S.A., Sabbe, K. & Vyverman, W. (2004). New Gomphonema (Bacillariophyta) species from Tasmania. Phycologia 43(4): 427-444, 115 figs, 1 table.
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Tasmania. MacKenzie Tarn and Dobson Lake (CAS 621813, 621814)
This is a freshwater species.
Valves linear-clavate, narrow headpole, rounded footpole. Length 37-66 µm. Breadth 5.5-7.0 µm. Raphe straight, lateral, with external proximal raphe ends that are small and positioned very close together; internal proximal ends highly recurved. Axial area straight, widening only slightly at the centre of the valve to form an oval central area, which has a single stigma. Stigma positioned close to external proximal raphe ends. Striae parallel to radiate, 8.0-11.5 in 10 µm. 'Ghost' striae present around central portion of valve.
Holotype locality: MacKenzie Tarn, Tarn shelf, Mt Field National Park, Tasmania (Kociolek et al. 2004: 435, 428). Holotype: Fig. 57 (epitype) J.P. Bradbury; December 1985; Elevation 1220 m, shallow glacial scour basin. CAS Slide 221049 (Kociolek et al. 2004: 435, 428). Notes: CAS Accession 621807 (California Academy of Sciences).
John, J. (2018). Diatoms from Tasmania: taxonomy and biogeography. The diatom flora of Australia Volume 2. pp. -656, 351 figs. Schmitten - Oberreifenberg: Koeltz Botanical Books.
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