Trentepohlia bosseae De Wildeman
Trentepohlia bosseae De Wildeman 1891: 134, pl. 18, figs 4-13 (as 'bossei' )
Published in: De Wildeman, É. (1891). Les Trentepohlia des Indies Neerlandaises. Annales du Jardin Botanique de Buitenzorg 9: 127-141, pls XVII-XVIII.
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This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Printzina bosseae (De Wildeman) R.H.Thompson & Wujek 1992
"A common tropical species, originally described from Indonesia, but subsequently reported from other regions of Asia, several regions of Oceania, central and South America, and central Africa. It forms bright red or orange tufts on the bark of trees, particularly palms." (Skaloud et al. 2018: 238). - (21 Mar 2018) - M.D. Guiry
This is a aerophytic species.
Type locality: Luwu, Celebes, Indonesia (De Wildeman 1891: 134). Type: L? Notes: Celebes (INA).
Cribb, A.B. (1958). The genus Trentepohlia in south-eastern Queensland. Papers from the Department of Botany University of Queensland 3(20): 193-201.
Printz, H. (1939). Vorarbeiten zu einer Monographie der Trentepohliaceen. Nytt Magasin for Naturvitenskapene 80: 10-209, 31 figs.
Sarma, P. (1986). The freshwater Chaetophorales of New Zealand. Beihefte Nova Hedwigia 58: 1-169, 143 pls.
Škaloud, P., Rindi, F., Boedeker, C. & Leliaert, F. (2018). Süßwasserflora von Mitteleuropa. Freshwater flora of central Europe. Bd 13. Chlorophyta: Ulvophyceae (Krienitz, L. ed.). pp. [i]-vii, -288, 182 figs. Berlin: Springer Spektrum.
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