Diploneis hilarula (Pantocsek) F.W.Mills 1934
Diploneis hilarula (Pantocsek) F.W.Mills 1934: 618
Published in: Mills, F.W. (1934). An index to the genera and species of the Diatomaceae and their synonyms. 1816-1932. Part 9 (Di-Eu). pp. 607-684. London: Wheldon & Wesley, Limited.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Navicula hilarula Pantocsek
Type locality: "Köpecz (Cpeni), the Neogene fossil deposits in Romania" (Jovanovska & al. 2014). Notes: "LECTOTYPE (designated here): Slide BP 2244, Pantocsek Collection, Hungarian Natural History Museum in Budapest (BP). The circled valve representing the lectotype is illustrated as Fig. 31. ISOLECTOTYPE (designated here): Slide MKNDC 006289/A, Macedonian National Diatom Collection." (Jovanovsk et al. 2014).
Described as a fossil.
Navicula hilarula Pantocsek 1892
May be a synonym of Diploneis domblittensis (Grunow) Cleve (Lange-Bertalot & al. 2020: 37). - (23 Apr 2021) - M.D. Guiry
This is a freshwater species.
No distributions recorded
No distributional records for this taxon have been recorded by AlgaeBase to date. Generally, recent national lists or extensive regional or state lists have been employed to give a general indication of distribution.
Jovanovska, E., Buczkó, K., Nakov, T., & Levkov, Z. (2014). Diploneis transylvanica (Bacillariophyceae), a new diatom species from the Neogene fossil deposit in Romania. Nova Hedwigia 99(3/4): 413-427, 31 fig., 1 table.
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