Aglaothamnion brodiei ( ) Feldmann- 1941
Aglaothamnion brodiei (Harvey) Feldmann-Mazoyer 1941: 452, fig. 177
Published in: Feldmann-Mazoyer, G. (1941 '1940'). Recherches sur les Céramiacées de la Mediterranée occidentale. pp. 1-510, 191 figs, pls I-IV. Alger: Imprimerie Minerva 5, Rue Clauzel.
Publication date: 17 May 1941
The type species (holotype) of the genus Aglaothamnion is Aglaothamnion furcellariae (J.Agardh) Feldmann-Mazoyer.
Status of name
This name is currently regarded as a synonym of Aglaothamnion hookeri (Dillwyn) Maggs & Hommersand
Callithamnion brodiei Harvey
Lectotype locality: Lossiemouth, Scotland. Lectotype: Brodie; no date; TCD (Dixon & Price 1981: 131). Notes: Syntype localities: Forres, coll. Brodie; Northumberland, coll. Robertson; Torquay, Mrs Griffiths and Mrs Cutler. Other material; TCD, three specimens, LD, Herb.Alg. Agardh 19018, 19025. GL, two specimens. Comments: The original treatment contains two curious misstatements. The Brodie specimens were collected at Lossiemouth according to Brodie’s annotation, not at Forres, which was where he lived and is a few kilometers from the sea. The Northumberland specimen is annotated as having been collected by “Mr Robinson" whereas the collector was quoted as “Mr. Robertson" in the published text.
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.
According to Maggs & Hommersand (1993) this species is a synonym of Aglaothamnion gallicum (Nägeli) Halos ex Ardré.
This is a marine species.
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