Lithothamnion glaciale 1883
Lithothamnion glaciale Kjellman Black Rock near Whitechurch on Millisle - Ballywalter Road. Grid J63-70-. Semi-exposed rocks at low-littoral; central growth with raised knobs; on rock with Lithophyllum incrustans bottom left with raised edges, and, extreme right Phymatolithon
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Lithothamnion glaciale Kjellman 1883: 123, pls 2, 3
Published in: Kjellman, F.R. (1883). Norra Ishafvets algflora [Northern Arctic Ocean algalflora]. Vega-expeditionens Vetenskapliga Iakttagelser 3: 1-431, pls 1-31.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Origin of species name
Adjective B icy, frozen, or glacial; also meaning, growing in icy-cold regions.
Lithothamnion colliculosum Foslie 1891
Lithothamnion boreale Foslie 1891
Lithothamnion roseum Batters 1893
Lithothamnion colliculosum f. roseum (Batters) Foslie 1895
Lithothamnion glaciale f. typicum Foslie 1895
Lithothamnion battersii Foslie 1896
Lithothamnion glaciale f. subsimplex Foslie 1905
Lithothamnion glaciale f. boreale (Foslie) Foslie 1909
Phymatolithon polymorphum f. battersii (Foslie) Heydrich 1911
Eleutherospora polymorpha f. battersii (Foslie) Heydrich 1911
This is a marine species.
Bright pink to purplish, minutely white-speckled calcareous crust, becoming very thick, usually with abundant regular or irregular branches, free or attached to substratum
On rock, pebbles, shells or free-living, lower intertidal (north-east coasts) and subtidal to deeper waters, abundant in Scotland, rarer and deeper on western coasts of British Isles.
Syntype localities: Norwegian Sea, Greenland Sea, Barents Sea, Baffinsbay, American Arctic Ocean (Index Nominum Algarum). Lectotype: Kjellman No. 241; UPS (Chamberlain & Irvine 1994: 183). Notes: See Woelkering et al. (2005: 291): "The provisional typification of Adey (1970a: 228) is not in accord with ICBN Art. 7.11 and thus cannot be accepted. The designation by Chamberlain & Irvine (1994b: 183) is definite (and thus in accord with Art. 7.11) even though reference is made to the provisional typification of Adey. Chamberlain & Irvine (1994b: 183), however, explicitly state that they have not seen the lectotype."
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Athanasiadis, A. (2016). Phycologia Europaea Rhodophyta Vol. I. pp. [i]-xxxxviii, 1-762. Thessaloniki: Published and distributed by the author.
Blake, C. & Maggs, C.A. (2003). Comparative growth rates and internal banding periodicity of maerl species (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) from northern Europe. Phycologia 42: 606-612.
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Hernández-Kantún, J.J., Riosmena-Rodriguez, R., Hall-Spencer, J.M., Peña, V., Maggs, C.A. & Rindi, F. (2015). Phylogenetic analysis of rhodolith formation in the Corallinales (Rhodophyte). European Journal of Phycology 50(1): 46-61.
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Vinogradova, K.L. (2010). Taxonomic review of the Corallinales (Rhodophyta) in the northern Russian seas. Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St. Petersburg) 95(5): 667-681, 6 pls.
Woelkerling, W.J., Gustavsen, G., Myklebost, H.E., Prestø, T., Såstad, S.M. (2005). The coralline red algal herbarium of Mikael Foslie: revised catalogue with analyses. Gunneria 77: 1-625.
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Schoenrock, K.M., Bacquet, M., Pearce, D., Rea, B.R., Schofield, J.E., Lea, J., Mair, D. & Kamenos, N. (2018). Influences of salinity on the physiology and distribution of the Arctic coralline algae, Lithothamnion glaciale (Corallinales, Rhodophyta). Journal of Phycology 54(5): 690-702.
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