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Grateloupia turuturu Yamada

Classification:
Empire Eukaryota
Kingdom Plantae
Subkingdom Biliphyta
Phylum Rhodophyta
Subphylum Eurhodophytina
Class Florideophyceae
Subclass Rhodymeniophycidae
Order Halymeniales
Family Halymeniaceae
Genus Grateloupia

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Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
1. Habit. 2. Upper subtidal (2 m deep) (Peter the Great Bay, Russia).. 29 Feb 2012. Eduard and Tamara Titlyanova (etitlyanov@mail.ru). © Eduard and Tamara Titlyanova (etitlyanov@mail.ru).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Grateloupia turuturu?, Cressy Beach, Tasmania, Australia. 03 Nov 2009. M.D. Guiry" . © Michael Guiry (mike.guiry@nuigalway.ie).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Grateloupia turuturu?, Fortesque Bay, Tasmania. 03 Nov 2009. M.D. Guiry. © Michael Guiry (mike.guiry@nuigalway.ie).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
with Bifurcaria bifurcata, Finisterre, Galicia, Spain, 2008. Ignacio Bárbara. © Ignacio Bárbara (barbara@udc.es).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Isla Redonda, A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, 2004. Ignacio Bárbara. © Ignacio Bárbara (barbara@udc.es).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Isla Redonda, A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, 2004. Ignacio Bárbara. © Ignacio Bárbara (barbara@udc.es).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Sotogawa-cho, Choshi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Chiba University. Hideki Haga. © Hideki Haga (902180827@office.chiba-u.jp).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Sotogawa-cho, Choshi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Chiba University. Hideki Haga. © Hideki Haga (902180827@office.chiba-u.jp).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Sotogawa-cho, Choshi, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Chiba University. Hideki Haga. © Hideki Haga (902180827@office.chiba-u.jp).

Grateloupia turuturu Yamada
Venice, Italy; on breakwater with gracilarioid. 08 Jun 2008. Michael Guiry. © Michael Guiry (mike.guiry@nuigalway.ie).

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Grateloupia turuturu Yamada Venice, Italy; on breakwater with gracilarioid

Publication details
Grateloupia turuturu Yamada 1941: 205, pl. 46

Published in: Yamada, Y. (1941). Notes on some Japanese algae IX. Scientific Papers of the Institute of Algological Research, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido Imperial University 2: 195-215, 15 figs, Plates 40-48.

Type species
The type species (lectotype) of the genus Grateloupia is Grateloupia filicina (J.V.Lamouroux) C.Agardh.

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

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Halymenia sinensis C.K.Tseng & C.F.Chang 1984

General environment
This is a marine species.

Common names

(as Grateloupia turuturu Yamada)
English: Devil's Tongue Weed (Bunker et al. 2010).

Type information
Syntype localities: Muroran, Otaru and Hakodate, Hokkaido; Enoshima and Hayama, Sagami Prov.; Amatura, Bosyu Prov., Japan (Yamada 1941: 205). Type: SAP 022063 (Yoshida 1998: 721). Notes: "Halymenia turuturu Okamura in herb." According to Verlaque et al. (2005: 487) the type locality is Muroran, Hokkaido, Pacific.

Detailed distribution with sources
(as Grateloupia turuturu Yamada)
Europe: Britain (Hardy & Guiry 2003, Brodie et al. 2016), France (Verlaque et al 2005, De Clerck et al. 2005, Figueroa et al 2007, Anon. 2012), France (Breizh) (Loiseaux-de Goër & Noailles 2008), Italy (Sordo et al. 2011), Netherlands (Stegenga, Kaaremans & Simons 2007), Portugal (Araújo et al., 2003, Araújo et al. 2009, Araujo et al. 2011), Spain (, Bárbara et al., 2003, Bárbara et al. 2005, De Clerck et al. 2005, Figueroa et al 2007), Spain (incl. Canary Is.) (Gallardo et al. 2016).

Atlantic Islands: Canary Islands (John et al. 2004, Anon. 2011, Afonso-Carrillo 2014).

North America: California (Miller 2012), Connecticut (Kraemer et al. 2017).

Caribbean Islands: Martinique (Delnatte & Wynne 2016).

Western Atlantic: Trop. & Subtrop. W. Atlantic (Wynne 2017).

South America: Brazil (Araújo de Azevedo et al. 2015 ).

Africa: Angola (John et al. 2004), Côte d'Ivoire (John, Lawson & Ameka, 2003, John et al. 2004), Gambia (John, Lawson & Ameka, 2003, John et al. 2004, John et al. 2004), Ghana (John, Lawson & Ameka, 2003, John et al. 2004, Smith, Smith & Nii Yemoh Annang 2015), Liberia (John, Lawson & Ameka, 2003, John et al. 2004), Mauritania (John et al. 2004), Namibia (John et al. 2004), Senegal (John et al. 2004), South Africa (Bolton et al. 2016).

Asia: China (Xia 2004, Liu 2008, Zeng 2009, Wang 2012), Japan (Segawa 1981, Yoshida, Nakajima & Nakata 1990, Yoshida 1998, Verlaque et al 2005, Figueroa et al 2007), Korea (Lee & Kang 2001, Lee 2008, Lee et al. 2009, Kim et al. 2013, Kim et al. 2014), Russia (Kozhenkova 2009, Titlyanov & Titlyanov 2012), Russia (Far East) (Perestenko 1980, Kloczcova 1996, Perestenko 1994).

Australia and New Zealand: New Zealand (D'Archino, Nelson & Zuccarello 2007, Nelson 2012), North Island, NZ (Nelson 2013 ), Tasmania (Saunders & Withall 2006).

(as Halymenia sinensis C.K.Tseng & C.F.Chang)
Asia: China (Tseng 1984).

Distributional notes
According to Gavio & Fredericq (2002), the populations from Rhode Island, New York, Brittany (France) and the south coast of England (Solen area) reported in the literature as "G. doryphora" have been misidentified. They note that evidence from comparative rbcL sequence analysis and morphology suggests that this adventive species in the NE and NW Atlantic and the Mediterranean corresponds with G. turuturu Yamada, originally described from Japan. Introduced accidentally, probably via oysters from Japan, into the Mediterranean (Verlaque et al. 2015: 179) being first found in the Etang de Thau (France) in 1982 (Rioull, Guiry & Codomier 1985). - (19 Aug 2009) - Wendy Guiry

Key references
Araújo de Azevedo, C.A., Cassano, V., Horta Júnior, P.A., Batista, M.B. & Cabral de Oliveira, M. (2015). Detecting the non-native Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniales, Rhodophyta) in southern Brazil. Phycologia 54(5): 451-454.

Belous O.C., Titlyanova, T.B. & Titlyanov E.A. (2013). [Marine plants of Trinity Bay and adjacent waters (Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan)]. pp. [1]-263. Vladivostok: Dal'nauka.

Bolton, J.J., De Clerck, O., Francis, C.M., Siyanga-Tembo, F. & Anderson, R.J. (2016). Two newly discovered Grateloupia (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta) species on aquaculture rafts on the west coast of South Africa, including the widely introduced Grateloupia turuturu. Phycologia 55(6): 659-664.

Boo, S.M. & Ko, Y.D. (2012). Marine plants from Korea. pp. [1] 5-233, many col. photographs. Seoul: Marine & Extreme Genome Research Centre Program.

De Clerck, O., Gavio, B., Fredericq, S., Bárbara, I. & Coppejans, E. (2005). Systematics of Grateloupia filicina (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta), based on rbcl sequence analyses and morphological evidence, including the reinstatement of G. minima and the description of G. capensis sp. nov. Journal of Phycology 41: 391-410.

Farnham, W.F. & Irvine, L.M. (1973). The addition of a foliose species of Grateloupia to the British marine flora. British Phycological Journal 8: 208-209.

Kloczcova, N.G. (1996). Flora vodoroslei makrofitov Tatarskogo Proliva i osobennosti ee formirovanija [Macrophyte algal flora of Tatars Gulf (Sea of Japan) and peculiarities of its formation]. pp. 1-289. Vladivostock: Dalnauka.

Loiseaux-de Goër, S. & Noailles, M.-C. (2008). Algues de Roscoff. pp. [1]-215, col. figs. Roscoff: Editions de la Station Biologique de Roscoff.

Nelson, W.A. (2013). New Zealand seaweeds. An illustrated guide. pp. [1]-328. Wellington: Te Papa Press.

Stiger-Pouvreau, V. & Thouzeau, G. (2015). Marine species introduced on the French Channel-Atlantic coasts: A review of main biological invasions and impacts. Open Journal of Ecology 5: 227-257.

Titlyanov E.A., Titlyanova T.V. & Belous O.S. (2016). Useful marine plants of the Asia-Pacific Region countries. pp. 1-348, Many col. photo. Vladivostok: Dalnauka.

Titlyanov, E.A. & Titlyanov, T.V. (2012). Marine plants of the Asian Pacific Region countries, their use and cultivation. pp. [1]-376, many col. photographs. Vladivostok: Dalnauka & A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Verlaque, M., Brannock, P.M., Komatsu, T., Villalard-Bohnsack, M. & Marston, M. (2005). The genus Grateloupia C. Agardh (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta) in the Thau Lagoon (France, Mediterranean): a case study of marine plurispecific introductions. Phycologia 44: 477-496.

Xia, B. (2004). Flora algarum marinarum sinicarum Tomus II Rhodophyta No. III Gelidiales Cryptonemiales Hildenbrandiales. pp. [i]-xxi, 1-203, pls I-XIII. Beijing: Science Press.

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References
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Araújo de Azevedo, C.A., Cassano, V., Horta Júnior, P.A., Batista, M.B. & Cabral de Oliveira, M. (2015). Detecting the non-native Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniales, Rhodophyta) in southern Brazil. Phycologia 54(5): 451-454.
Araujo, R., Violante, J., Pereira, R., Abreu, H., Arenas, F. & Sousa-Pinto, I. (2011). Distribution and population dynamics of the introduced seaweed Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta) along the Portuguese coast. Phycologia 50(4): 392-402.
Bárbara, I. & Cremades, J. (2004). Grateloupia lanceola versus Grateloupia turuturu (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) en la Península Ibérica. Anales del Jardín de Madrid 61: 103-118.
Barreiro, R., Quintela, M., Bárbara, I. & Cremades, J. (2006). RAPD differentiation of Grateloupia lanceola and the invasive Grateloupia turuturu (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) in the Iberian Peninsula. Phycologia 45(2): 213-217.
Bolton, J.J., De Clerck, O., Francis, C.M., Siyanga-Tembo, F. & Anderson, R.J. (2016). Two newly discovered Grateloupia (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta) species on aquaculture rafts on the west coast of South Africa, including the widely introduced Grateloupia turuturu. Phycologia 55(6): 659-664.
Cecere, E., Moro, I., Wolf, M.A., Petrocelli, A., Verlaque, M. & Sfriso, A. (2011). The introduced seaweed Grateloupia turuturu (Thodophyta, Halymeniales) in two Mediterranean transitional water systems. Botanica Marina 54(1): 23-33.
D'Archino, R. Nelson, W. A. Zuccarello, G. C. (2007). Invasive marine red alga introduced to New Zealand waters: first record of Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta). New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 41: 35-42.
Denis, C., Ledorze, C., Jaouen, P. & Fleurence, J. (2009). Comparison of different procedures for the extraction and partial purification of R-phycoerythrin from the red macroalga Grateloupia turuturu. Botanica Marina 52(3): 278-281, 2 figs, 2 tables.
Denis, C., Morançais, M., Gaudin, P. & Fleurence, J. (2009). Effect of enzymatic digestion on thallus degradation and extraction of hydrosoluble compounds from Grateloupia turuturu. Botanica Marina 52(3): 262-267, 3 tables.
García-Bueno, N., Turpin, V., Cognie, B., Dumay, J., Morançais, M., Amat, M., Pédron, J.M., Marín, A., Fleurence, J. & Decottignies, P (2016). Can the European abalone Haliotis tuberculata survive on an invasive algae? A comparison of the nutritional value of the introduced Grateloupia turuturu and the native Palmaria palmata , for the comercial European abalone industry. Journal of Applied Phycology 28(4): 2427-2433.
Gavio, B. & Fredericq, S. (2002). Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta) is the correct name of the non-native species in the Atlantic known as Grateloupia doryphora. European Journal of Phycology 37: 349-360.
Goulard, F., Lüning, K. & Jacobsen, S. (2004). Circadian rhythm of photosynthesis and concurrent oscillations of transcript abundance of photosynthetic genes in the marine red alga Grateloupia turuturu. European Journal of Phycology 39: 431-437.
Kawabata, S. (1954). On the structure and reproductive organ of Grateloupia turuturu Yamada. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Phycology 2: 29-32.
Kraemer, G., Yarish, C., Kim, J.K., Zhang, H. & Lin, S. (2017). Life history interactions between the red algae Chondrus crispus (Gigartinales) and Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniales) in a changing global environment. Phycologia 56(2): 176-185.
Plouguerné, E., Hellio, C., Deslandes, E., Véron, B. & Stiger-Pouvreau, V. (2008). Anti-microfouling activities in extracts of two invasive algae: Grateloupia turuturu and Sargassum muticum. Botanica Marina 51: 202-208.
Saunders, G.W. & Withall, R.D. (2006). Collections of the invasive species Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniales, Rhodophyta) from Tasmania, Australia. Phycologia 45: 711-714.

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