Aulacoseira scalaris ( ) Houk, Klee & Passauer 2007
Aulacoseira scalaris (Grunow) Houk, Klee & Passauer 2007: 63, figs 19-72
Published in: Houk, V., Klee, R. & Passauer, U. (2007). Observations on taxa of Melosira sensu lato among the slides from the Grunow diatom collection in Vienna (Austria). Part 1. Diatom Research 22(1): 57-80.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Melosira scalaris Grunow
Described as a fossil.
This is a freshwater species.
Houk, V. & Klee, R. (2007). Atlas of freshwater centric diatoms with a brief key and descriptions. Part II. Melosiraceae and Aulacoseiraceae (Supplement of Part I). Fottea 7(2): 85-108, plus pl. XLII-CXIV.
Khursevich, G. & Kociolek, J.P. (2012). A preliminary, worldwide inventory of the extinct, freshwater fossil diatoms from the orders Thalassiosirales, Stephanodiscales, Paraliales, Aulacoseirales, Melosirales, Coscinodiscales, and Biddulphiales. Nova Hedwigia Beiheft 141: 315-364, no figs.
Oaquim, A.B.J., Moser, G.A.O., Evangelista, H., Licínio, M.V. & Van de Vijver, B. (2017). Aulacoseira glubokoyensis sp. nov. (Bacillariophyceae), a new centric diatom from the Maritime Antarctic region. Phytotaxa 328(2): 149-158.
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Heudre, D., Moreau, L., Wetzel, C.E. & Ector, L. (2015). Discovery of living populations of a purported fossil diatom: Aulacoseira scalaris from two lakes in the Vosges Mountains (France). Cryptogamie Algologie 36(3): 357-368.
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