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Wildemania miniata (C.Agardh) Foslie 1891

Publication details
Wildemania miniata (C.Agardh) Foslie 1891: 49

Published in: Foslie, M. (1891). Contribution to the knowledge of the marine algae of Norway. II. Species from different tracts. Tromsø Museums Aarshefter 14: 36-58, 3 pls.

Type species
The type species (holotype) of the genus Wildemania is Wildemania amplissima (Kjellman) Foslie.

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

Ulva purpurea var. miniata C.Agardh

Type information
Type locality: Greenland (Sutherland et al. 2011: 1141). Lectotype: Wormskjold; LD 12838 (Sutherland et al. 2011: 1141).

Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), saturn-red, flame-scarlet; literally, ‘painted with red lead’ (Stearn 1973).

Homotypic Synonym(s)
Ulva purpurea var. miniata C.Agardh 1817
Ulva miniata (C.Agardh) Lyngbye 1819
Porphyra miniata (C.Agardh) C.Agardh 1824
Diploderma miniatum (C.Agardh) Kjellman 1883
Phyllona miniata (C.Agardh) Kuntze 1891

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Porphyra miniata var. typica Jónsson 1904
Porphyra helenae A.D.Zinova 1948

General environment
This is a marine species.

Common names

(as Porphyra miniata (C.Agardh) C.Agardh)
English: Red Nori (Chapman & Chapman 1980).

Japanese: Nori (Madlener 1977).

Detailed distribution with sources
(as Porphyra miniata (C.Agardh) C.Agardh)
Arctic: Arctic Russia (Vinogradova 2007), Canada (Arctic) (Taylor 1957), Svalbard (Spitsbergen) (Gulliksen & al. 1999).

Atlantic Islands: E. Greenland (Pedersen 1976), Iceland (Caram & Jónsson 1972).

Europe: Baltic Sea (Nielsen & al. 1995, Kontula & Fürhapter 2012), Britain (Newton 1931), Faroe Islands (Irvine 1982, Nielsen & Gunnarsson 2001), France (Dizerbo & Herpe 2007), Ireland (Adams 1907, Adams 1908, Guiry 1978, Morton 1994), Norway (Jaasund 1965, Rueness 1997, Brattegard & Holte 2001), Scandinavia (Athanasiadis 1996), Spitsbergen (Vinogradova 1995).

North America: Alaska (Lindstrom 1977, Scagel & al. 1989), British Columbia (Scagel & al. 1989), California (Abbott & Hollenberg 1976, Scagel & al. 1989, Miller 2012), Connecticut (Schneider et al. 1979), Labrador (Taylor 1957), Maine (Mathieson & al. 2001, Klein & al. 2003), Massachusetts (Taylor 1957), New Brunswick (Bates & al. 2005), New Hampshire (Mathieson & Hehre 1986), Newfoundland (Taylor 1957), Nova Scotia (Klein & al. 2003, Müller et al. 2005, Teasdale et al. 2009), Oregon (Hansen 1997), Québec (Taylor 1957), Virginia (Humm 1979), Washington (Scagel & al. 1989).

South America: Chile (Ramírez & Santelices 1991), Temperate South America (Ramírez & Santelices 1991).

Asia: Commander Islands (Selivanova & Zhigadlova 1997), Kamchatka (Selivanova & Zhigadlova 2009), Russia (Far East) (Perestenko 1996, Kloczcova 1996, Selivanova 2002).

(as Diploderma miniatum (C.Agardh) Kjellman)
Arctic: Svalbard (Spitsbergen) (Gulliksen & al. 1999).

(as Wildemania miniata (C.Agardh) Foslie)
Arctic: Barents Sea (Malavenda 2018, Mikhaylova 2021), Svalbard (Spitsbergen) (Hop et al. 2012, Fredriksen & al. 2019), White Sea (Mikhaylova 2017).

Atlantic Islands: Faroe Islands (Mols-Mortensen et al. 2012), Greenland (Pedersen 2011), Iceland (Mols-Mortensen et al. 2012), W. Greenland (Mols-Mortensen et al. 2014).

Europe: Atlantic France (Burel, Le Duff & Ar Gall 2019), Ireland (Hanna 1899).

North America: Labrador (Kucera & Saunders 2012), New Brunswick (Kucera & Saunders 2012), Newfoundland (Kucera & Saunders 2012), Nova Scotia (Kucera & Saunders 2012), Québec (Kucera & Saunders 2012).

Asia: Russia (Sea of Japan) (Kozhenkova 2020).

(as Porphyra helenae A.D.Zinova)
Atlantic Islands: Iceland (Caram & Jónsson 1972).

Key references
Athanasiadis, A. (2016). Phycologia Europaea Rhodophyta Vol. I. pp. [i]-xxxxviii, 1-762. Thessaloniki: Published and distributed by the author.

Lopatina, N.A. & Zhigadlova, G.G. (2020). [Red algae. Algae of the division Rhodophyta]. In: Flora and Fauna of Matua Island (middle Kuril Islands): the field guide. Volume 1. Sea. (Sanamyan, K.E. &Sanamyan, N.P. Eds), pp. 336-423. Cherepovets: Intron. [in Russian]

Mathieson, A.C. & Dawes, C.J. (2017). Seaweeds of the Northwest Atlantic. pp. [i]-x, 1-798, CIX pls. Amherst & Boston: University of Massachusetts Press.

Mols-Mortensen, A., Neefus, C.D., Pedersen, P.M. & Brodie, J. (2014). Diversity and distribution of foliose Bangiales (Rhodophyta) in West Greenland: a link between the North Atlantic and North Pacific. European Journal of Phycology 49(1): 1-10.

Sutherland, J.E., Lindstrom, S.C., Nelson, W.A., Brodie, J., Lynch, M.D., Hwang, M.S., Choi, H.-G., Miyata, M., Kikuchi, N., Oliveira, M.C., Farr, T., Neefus, C., Mols-Mortensen, A. Milstein, D. & Müller, K.M. (2011). A new look at an ancient order: generic revision of the Bangiales (Rhodophyta). Journal of Phycology 47(5): 1131-1151.

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