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Umbraulva dangeardii M.J.Wynne & G.Furnari 2014

Publication details
Umbraulva dangeardii M.J.Wynne & G.Furnari 2014: 518, fig. 3

Published in: Wynne, M.J. & Furnari, G. (2014). A census of J.P.L. [sic] Dangeard's invalid taxa with proposals to resolve the nomenclatural problems of some of them. Nova Hedwigia 98(3-4): 515-517.

Type species
The type species (holotype) of the genus Umbraulva is Umbraulva japonica (Holmes) Bae & I.K.Lee.

Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.

Type information
Type locality: Roscoff, Brittany, France (Wynne & Furnari 2014: 520). Type: C. van den Hoek; 6.vi.1980; (Index Nominum Algarum Notes: Holotype: "L 0067305, a voucher specimen held in the Nationaal Herbarium Nederland, Leiden University branch, dredged from Laminaria hyperborea stand close to the entrance of the harbor at Roscoff. About 10 m deep, C. van den Hoek, 6-6-1980. Identified as Umbraulva olivascens (Dangeard) E.H.Bae & I.K.Lee, 2001, Department of Biology, SNU, Eun Hee Bae, 2001 (Fig. 3)."

Eponomy
"The specific epithet honours P.J.L. Dangeard, who first found this species."

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Ulva olivacea P.J.L.Dangeard 1951
Ulva olivascens P.J.L.Dangeard 1961
Umbraulva olivascens (P.J.L.Dangeard) G.Furnari 2006

Habitat notes
Subtidal zone to about 10-40 m deep (Wynne & Furnari, 2014). Subtidal up to 15 m deep, attached on rocks (Lee et al., 2020). - (2 Apr 2021) - Wendy Guiry

General environment
This is a marine species.

Detailed distribution with sources
(as Ulva olivacea P.J.L.Dangeard)
Europe: Channel Islands (Dixon 1961), France (Anon. 2017), France (Breizh) (Feldmann 1954).

(as Ulva olivascens P.J.L.Dangeard)
Atlantic Islands: Canary Islands (Haroun & al. 2002, Gil-Rodríguez et al. 2003, Moro & al. 2011).

Europe: Adriatic Sea (Giaccone 1978, Gallardo & al. 1993), Balearic Islands (Ribera Siguán, Gómez Garreta & Seoane-Camba 1982, Ribera Siguán & Gómez Garreta 1985, Gallardo & al. 1993), Britain (Burrows 1991), Corsica (Coppejans 1979, Gallardo & al. 1993), France (Hoeksema & Hoek 1983, Gallardo & al. 1993, Dizerbo & Herpe 2007, Anon. 2017), Ireland (De Valéra & al. 1979, Burrows 1991), Italy (Giaccone 1969, Gallardo & al. 1993, Cecere & al. 1996, Furnari, Cormaci & Serio 1999), Spain (Ballesteros 1981, Romero Martinengo & Romero Martinengo 1982, Pérez-Cirera & Maldonado 1982, Barcelo & Seoane 1982, Boisset & Barceló 1984, Gallardo & al. 1985, Rodriguez Prieto & Polo Alberti 1988, Soto & Conde 1989, Granja, Cremades & Barbara 1992, Gallardo & al. 1993, Flores-Moya et al. 1994, Flores-Moya et al. 1995, Bárbara & Cremades 1996, Conde, Altamirano & Flores-Moya 1996, Cremades, Bárbara, Granja & Veiga 1997, Veiga, Cremades & Bárbara 1998, Altamirano, Flores-Moya, Conde & Figueroa 2000, Bárbara & al. 2004).

Africa: Morocco (Gallardo & al. 1993, Benhissoune, Boudouresque & Verlaque 2001, Benhissoune, Boudouresque & Verlaque 2001), Tunisia (Gallardo & al. 1993).

Middle East: Israel (Einav 2007), Turkey (Zeybek, Güner & Aysel 1993).

South-west Asia: Lebanon (Lakkis 2013).

(as Umbraulva olivascens (P.J.L.Dangeard) G.Furnari)
Atlantic Islands: Canary Islands (John & al. 2004).

Europe: Balearic Islands (Joher et al. 2012), Britain (Hardy & Guiry 2003, Brodie & al. 2007), France (Anon. 2017), France (Breizh) (Loiseaux-de Goër & Noailles 2008), Ireland (Hayden & Waaland 2004, Guiry 2012), Portugal (Araújo & al. 2009), Spain (Gorostiaga & al., 2004, Bárbara & al. 2005, Bárbara et al. 2006, Díaz et al 2008, Peña & Bárbara 2008, Cires Rodriguez & Cuesta Moliner 2010).

Middle East: Cyprus (Taskin & al. 2013, Tsiamis & al. 2014), Israel (Hoffman 2004), Turkey (Taskin & al. 2008 , Taskin & al. 2008 ).

Australia and New Zealand: New Zealand (Heesch et al. 2009 , Broady & al. 2012).

(as Umbraulva dangeardii M.J.Wynne & G.Furnari)
Atlantic Islands: Canary Islands (Afonso-Carrillo 2014).

Europe: Atlantic France (Burel, Le Duff & Ar Gall 2019), Britain (Brodie & al. 2015), France (Wynne & Furnari 2014, Anon. 2017), Helgoland (Steinhagen et al.), Italy (Miladi et al. 2008), Spain (incl. Canary Is.) (Gallardo & al. 2016).

Middle East: Turkey (Taskin (ed.) & al. 2019).

Key references
Cormaci, M., Furnari, G., & Alongi, G. (2014). Flora marina bentonica del Mediterraneo: Chlorophyta. Bollettino dell'Accademia Gioenia di Scienze Naturali di Catania 47: 11-436.

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