Navicula hilarula Pantocsek
Navicula hilarula Pantocsek 1892: pl. 15, fig. 230
Published in: Pantocsek, J. (1892). Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Fossilen Bacillarien Ungarns. Teil III: Süsswasser Bacillarien. Anhang-analysen 15 neuer Depots von Bulgarien, Japan, Mahern, Russland und Ungarn. pp. pls 1-42. Nagytapolcsány Topo: Buchdrucherei von Julius Platzko.
Status of name
This name is currently regarded as a synonym of Diploneis hilarula (Pantocsek) F.W.Mills
This is a fossil species seemingly without extant populations.
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.
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Type locality: "Köpecz (Cpeni), the Neogene fossil deposits in Romania" (Jovanovska et al. 2014). Notes: "LECTOTYPE (designated here): Slide BP 2244, Pantocsek Collection, Hungarian Natural History Museum in Budapest (BP). The circled valve representing the lectotype is illustrated as Fig. 31. ISOLECTOTYPE (designated here): Slide MKNDC 006289/A, Macedonian National Diatom Collection." (Jovanovsk et al. 2014).
Source of current name
Mills, F.W. (1934). An index to the Genera and Species of the Diatomaceae and their synonyms. 1816-1932. Part 9 (Di-Eu). pp. 607-684. London: Wheldon & Wesley, Limited.
Jovanovska, E., Buczkó, K., Nakov, T., & Levkov, Z. (2014). Diploneis transylvanica (Bacillariophyceae), a new diatom species from the Neogene fossil deposit in Romania. Nova Hedwigia 99(3/4): 413-427, 31 fig., 1 table.
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