Fucus guiryi Zardi, Nicastro, E.S.Serrão & G.A.Pearson 2011
Fucus guiryi Zardi, Nicastro, E.S.Serrão & G.A.Pearson Ártabra, A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, 2008
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Fucus guiryi Zardi, Nicastro, E.S.Serrão & G.A.Pearson in Zardi & al. 2011: 13, fig. 1 (as Fucus platycarpus)
Published in: Zardi, G.I., Nicastro, K.R., Canovas, F., Costa, J.F., Serrão, E.A. & Pearson, G.A. (2011). Adaptive traits are maintained on steep selective gradients despite gene flow and hybridization in the intertidal zone. PLoS ONE 6(6): 1-13.
Publication date: June 14, 2011 (on line and copies distributed)
Origin of species name
Adjective (Latinised), in honour of Michael D. Guiry, Irish botanist.
"Named in honor of Michael Guiry, in recognition to his great contribution to phycology by creating AlgaeBase."
Fucus vesiculosus var. limitaneus Montagne 1840
Fucus platycarpus Thuret 1851
Fucus limitaneus (Montagne) Montagne 1856
Fucus platycarpus f. nana Schousboe ex Bornet 1878
Fucus platycarpus f. minor Schousboe ex Bornet 1892
Fucus platycarpus f. linearis Schousboe ex Bornet 1894
Fucus spiralis var. platycarpus Batters 1902
Fucus platycarpus var. limitaneus (Montagne) Sauvageau 1908
Fucus spiralis f. limitaneus (Montagne) Børgesen 1926
Fucus spiralis var. [platycarpus] f. limitaneus (Montagne) Miranda 1931
Fucus spiralis var. limitaneus (Montagne) I.M.Pérez-Ruzafa 2001
This is a marine species.
Similar in morphology to Fucus vesiculosus L. but distinguished from it by hermaphroditic receptacles, the presence of a receptacle sterile rim, monopodial branching, and the absence of bladders; by shorter thallus and shorter frond length between the holdfast and the first dichotomy; by less wide apical frond; by higher and wider receptacles; by higher ratio of receptacle width:length and receptacle height:length; by higher intertidal zonation and physiological resilience to air exposure; by differences in the nuclear protein coding gene transcripts (BiP1, clpB, clpC, clpP, eIF3l, HSP90_1, HSP90_2, PXMP2/4_2, mpv17l2, TTC1, STI1, CCT4, CCT-epsilon, PXMP2/4_1) and microsatellite loci (L20, L78). Also similar in morphology to Fucus spiralis L. but distinguished from it by the presence of a receptacle sterile rim and monopodial branching; by longer thallus and frond between the holdfast and the first dichotomy; by wider apical frond; by shorter receptacle height; longer receptacle; wider receptacle; by smaller ratio of receptacle width:length and receptacle height: length; by lower intertidal zonation and physiological resilience to air exposure; by differences in the nuclear protein coding gene transcripts (BiP1, clpB, clpC, clpP, eIF3l, HSP90_1, HSP90_2, PXMP2/4_2, mpv17l2, TTC1, STI1, CCT4, CCT-epsilon, PXMP2/4_1) and microsatellite loci (L20, L78). [Original description.]
Monoecious; sterile rim to conceptacles, monopodial branching.
Praia da Amoreira, Aljezur, SW Portugal (Zardi & al. 2011: 14).Gareth Pearson; March 20th, 2011; GALW 15586 (Zardi & al. 2011: 14). Notes: Isotypes: GALW15587, GALW15588, GALW15589, GALW15590, GALW15591.
Created: 26 June 2011 by M.D. Guiry
Verified by: 28 February 2019 by M.D. Guiry
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Sánchez de Pedro, R., Fernández, A., García-Sánchez, M.J., Flores-Moya, A. & Bañares-España, E. (2019). When the microclimate does matter: Differences in the demographic, morphometric and reproductive variables of Fucus guiryi from two nearby populations. Algas 40-41.
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M.D. Guiry in Guiry, M.D. & Guiry, G.M. 2020. AlgaeBase. World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway. http://www.algaebase.org; searched on 28 September 2020.