Melobesia tomitaroi Kloczcova 1987: 28
Published in: Kloczcova, N.G. (1987). Korallinovye vodorosli (Rhodophyta) dalnevostochnykh morei SSSR. Rody Melobesia Lamour., Fosliella Howe i Pneophyllum Kütz. [Corallinoid algae (Rhodophyta) of seas of the Far East of the USSR. Genera Melobesia Lamour., Fosliella Howe and Pneophyllum Kütz.]. Novosti Sistematiki Nizshykh Rasteniy 24: 25-34.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Please note that Melobesia pacifica Makino is not a heterotypic synonym of M. tomitaroi, as stated here. Melobesia tomitaroi was introduced as a new name (nomen novum) for M. pacifica Makino non Heydrich and they are based on the same type in accordance with the ICN. This is a limitation of the database structure at present. - (27 Feb 2016) - M.D. Guiry
This is a marine species.
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. [in Russian]
Townsend, R.A. & Huisman, J.M. (2018). 'Coralline algae'. In: Algae of Australia. Marine benthic algae of north-western Australia. 2. Red algae. (Huisman, J.M. Eds), pp. 86-97, 105-137, 143-146. Canberra & Melbourne: ABRS & CSIRO Publishing.
Yoshida, T. (1998). Marine algae of Japan. pp. [1-2], 1-25, 1-1222. Tokyo: Uchida Rokakuho Publishing Co., Ltd. [in Japanese]
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