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Caloneis ventricosa F.Meister 1912

Publication details
Caloneis ventricosa F.Meister 1912: 116, pl. 17: fig. 4

Published in: Meister, F. (1912). Die Kieselalgen der Schweiz. Beitrage zur Kryptogamenflora der Schweiz. Matériaux pour la flore cryptogamique suisse. Vol. IV, fasc. 1. pp. [i]-vi, [1]-254, 48 pls. Bern: Druck und Verlag von K.J. Wyss.
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Type species
The type species (lectotype) of the genus Caloneis is Caloneis amphisbaena (Bory) Cleve.

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

Origin of species name
Adjective A (Latin), swollen, especially on one side (Stearn 1973).

Homotypic Synonym(s)
Navicula silicula var. ventricosa (F.Mesiter) Frenguelli 1923

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Navicula ventricosa Ehrenberg 1830
Navicula leptogongyla Ehrenberg 1843
Navicula limosa var. ventricosa (Ehrenberg) Grunow 1880
Caloneis silicula var. ventricosa Cleve 1894
Schizonema ventricosum (Ehrenberg) Kuntze 1898
Navicula viridis var. leptogongyla (Ehrenberg) Fricke 1902
Pinnularia major var. leptogongyla (Ehrenberg) Ant.Mayer 1913
Caloneis silicula subsp. ventricosa (Ehrenberg) Mayer 1913
Navicula major var. leptogongyla (Ehrenberg; Mayer) F.W.Mills 1934

Nomenclatural notes
Meister (1912: 57) cited Navicula ventricosa Ehrenberg, 1830, p. 67, a nomen nudum and thus an invalid name. It is not clear if Navicula ventricosa Ehrenberg, 1839, which is a valid name, is the name intended by Meister as Ehrenberg 1839 was describing a fossil from Oran. We have therefore treated Caloneis ventricosa F.Meister as a new name. - (22 Feb 2017) - M.D. Guiry

General environment
This is a freshwater species.

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Key references
Eberle, M.E. (2008). Recent diatoms reported from the central United States: register of taxa and synonyms. Hays, Kansas: Department of Biological Sciences, Fort Hays State University. Latest electronic version: 5 December 2008.

Ettl, H. & Gärtner, G. (1995). Syllabus der Boden-, Luft- und Flechtenalgen. pp. i-vii, 1-721. Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer.

Husna, R. Zarina, A., Masud-ul-Hasan & Shameel, M. (2007). Taxonomic study of some diatoms from Lahore, Pakistan. International Journal of Phycology and Phycochemistry, Vol. 3 (1) pp. 55-64.

Patrick, R.[M.] & Reimer, C.W. (1966). The diatoms of the United States exclusive of Alaska and Hawaii. Volume 1: Fragilariaceae, Eunotiaceae, Achnanthaceae, Naviculaceae. Monographs of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 13: 1-688.

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