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Pantocsekiella ocellata (Pantocsek) K.T.Kiss & Ács 2016

Publication details
Pantocsekiella ocellata (Pantocsek) K.T.Kiss & Ács in Ács & al. 2016: 62

Published in: Ács, E., Ari, E., Duleba, M., Dressler, M., Genkal, S.I., Jakó, E., Rimet, F., Ector, L. & Kiss, K.T. (2016). Pantocsekiella, a new centric diatom genus based on morphological and genetic studies. Fottea, Olomouc 16(1): 56-78, 23 fig., 5 tables.

Type species
This is the type species (holotype) of the genus Pantocsekiella.

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

Basionym
Cyclotella ocellata Pantocsek

Type information
Type locality: Hungary: Lake Balaton (Index Nominum Algarum). Lectotype: B-Ld 254, Håkansson collection: (Håkansson 2002: 85). Notes: Material from Pantocsek collection Siofok 156; Isotype: B-Ld 255, Håkansson collection (Håkansson, 2002: 85).

Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), marked with two-coloured spots, having the centre of one colour surrounded by a broad ring of another (Stearn 1973).

Homotypic Synonym(s)
Cyclotella ocellata Pantocsek 1901
Cyclotella operculata var. ocellata (Pantocsek) A.Cleve 1932
Lindavia ocellata (Pantocsek) T.Nakov et al. 2015

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Cyclotella kuetzingiana var. planetophora Fricke 1900
Cyclotella crucigera Pantocsek 1901
Cyclotella tibetana Hustedt 1922
Cyclotella trichonidea var. parva Economou-Amilli 1979

General environment
This is a freshwater species.

Detailed distribution with sources
(as Cyclotella kuetzingiana var. planetophora Fricke)
Europe: Britain (Hartley 1986, Sims 1996), France (Anon. 2017), Germany (Stutz & Mattern & al. 2018), Ireland (Foged 1977, Wolnik & Carter 2014), Netherlands (Veen & al. 2015), Scandinavia (Karlason & al. 2018), Slovakia (Hindák & Hindáková 2016), Spain (Álvarez Cobelas & Estévez García 1982), Sweden (Skuja 1948).

North America: Alaska (Foged 1981), Laurentian Great Lakes (Stoermer, Kreis & Andresen 1999), Northwest Territories (Sheath & Steinman 1982), United States of America (Kociolek 2005, Eberle 2008).

Africa: Ghana (Foged 1966, Smith, Smith & Nii Yemoh Annang 2015).

Middle East: Iraq (Maulood & al. 2013).

Asia: China (Qi 1995, Hu & Wei 2006), Tajikistan (Barinova, Boboev & Hisoriev 2015).

Australia and New Zealand: Queensland (Day & al. 1995).

(as Cyclotella ocellata Pantocsek)
Atlantic Islands: Canary Islands (Afonso-Carrillo 2014), Iceland (Foged 1974).

Europe: Albania (Miho & Witkowski 2005, Kupe & al. 2010, Somogyi et al. 2013), Balearic Islands (Aboal & al. 2003), Baltic Sea (Hällfors 2004), Britain (Whitton & al. 2003), Croatia (Duleba et al. 2015 ), Czech Republic (Hasler, Handák & Handákova 2007), France (Germain 1981), Georgia (Barinova & al. 2011), Germany (Reichardt 1984, Ludwig & Schnittler 1996, Mauch & Schmedtje 2003, Täuscher 2014, Täuscher 2016, Hofmann & al. 2018, Stutz & Mattern & al. 2018), Hungary (Duleba et al. 2015 ), Ireland (Foged 1977, Wolnik & Carter 2014), Netherlands (Veen & al. 2015), North Macedonia (Levkov & Williams 2012), Poland (Plinski & Witkowski 2020), Portugal (Moita & Vilarinho 1999, Aboal & al. 2003), Romania (Caraus 2017), Scandinavia (Karlason & al. 2018), Slovakia (Hindák & Hindáková 2016), Spain (Álvarez Cobelas & Estévez García 1982, Tomás 1987, Aboal et al. 1994, Aboal, Puig & Soler 1996, Aboal, Prefasi & Asencio 1996, Aboal, Puig & Prefasi 1998, Dasi et al. 1998, Aboal & al. 2003, Zafra & Aboal 2004, Cantoral-Uriza & Aboal 2008, Pérez, Maidana & Comas 2009), Ukraine (Bukhtiyarova 1999).

North America: Alaska (Foged 1981), Arkansas (Smith 2010), Idaho (Bahls 2006), Laurentian Great Lakes (Stoermer, Kreis & Andresen 1999), Mexico (Novelo 2012), Michigan (Millie et al. 2011), Montana (Bahls 2006), Nebraska (Bahls 2006), New York (Majewski et al. 2018 ), Northwest Territories (Sheath & Steinman 1982), NW USA (Bahls 2009), Ontario (Wiltse et al. 2016), Oregon (Bahls 2006), Québec (Poulin, Hamilton & Proulx 1995), Tennessee (Johansen & al. 2007), United States of America (Kociolek 2005).

South America: Argentina (Vélez-Agudelo et al. 2017, García et al. 2018, Bustos et al. 2018), Chile (Rivera & Cruces 2005), Colombia (Montoya-Moreno et al. 2013).

Africa: Gambia (Foged 1986), Ghana (Foged 1966, Smith, Smith & Nii Yemoh Annang 2015).

Middle East: Egypt (Zalat 2002, Khairy & al. 2017), Iran (Afsharzadeh & al. 2003), Iraq (Maulood & al. 2013), Israel (Tsarenko & al. 2000), Turkey (Aysel 2005, Soylu & Gonulol 2006, Varol & Sen 2014, Duleba et al. 2015 , Akgül, Akgül & Aysel 2019, Akgül, Akgül & Aysel 2019).

South-east Asia: Vietnam (Weide 2015).

Asia: China (Qi 1995, Cao et al 2005, Hu & Wei 2006, Li et al. 2011), Japan (Kobayashi & al. 2006), Mongolia (Edlund & al. 2001, Edlund, Williams & Soninkhishig 2003, Genkal & Popovskaya 2008 , Dorofeyuk & Kulikovskiy 2012), Russia (Bessudova et al. 2014 ), Russia (Far East) (Medvedeva & Nikulina 2014), Tajikistan (Barinova, Boboev & Hisoriev 2015).

(as Cyclotella tibetana Hustedt)
Asia: China (Skvortsov 2012).

(as Cyclotella trichonidea var. parva Economou-Amilli)
Europe: Britain (Whitton & al. 2003).

(as Lindavia ocellata (Pantocsek) T.Nakov et al.)
Europe: Romania (Buczkó 2016).

Middle East: Iraq (Al-Saedy & al. 2020).

South-west Asia: India (Gupta & Das 2020).

(as Pantocsekiella ocellata (Pantocsek) K.T.Kiss & Ács)
Arctic: Arctic Russia (Tsoy & Obrezkova 2017).

Europe: Bosnia-Hertzegovina (Hafner, Jasprica & Car 2018), France (Peeters & Ector 2017), Hungary (Buczkó et al 2019), Netherlands (Veen & al. 2015).

Africa: Democratic Republic of Congo (Stoyneva-Gärtner & Descy 2020).

Middle East: Iran (Kheiri & al. 2018), Iraq (Al-Saedy & al. 2020), Turkey (Taskin (ed.) & al. 2019, Kalei & Akçaalan 2020).

South-west Asia: India (Mandal et al. 2020).

Asia: Russia (Kulikovskiy & al. 2016), Sakha (Yakutia) (Kopyrina & al. 2020, Kopyrina & al. 2020).

Key references
Blanco, S., Borrego-Ramos, M. & Olenici, A. (2019). Las diatomeas de Ceuta. pp. [1]-191, incl. 26 pls. Ceuta: Instituto Estudios Ceutíes.

Buczkó, K., Ács, É., Báldi, K., Pozderka, V., Braun, M., Kiss, K.T. & Korponai, J. (2019). The first high resolution diatom record from Lake Balaton, Hungary in Central Europe. Limnetica 38(1): 417-430, 4 figs.

Kulikovskiy, M., Glushchenko, A.M., Kuznetsova, I.V. & Genkal, S.I. (2016). [Identification book of diatoms from Russia]. pp. [1]-804, 165 pls. Yaroslavl: Filigran. [in Russian]

Mandal, M., Zelazna-Wieczorek, J. & Sarkar, N.S. (2020). New diatom taxa for the Indian Sundarbans found in short sediment cores. Diatom Research 35(1): [1-18] 17-35.

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