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Klebsormidium dissectum (F.Gay) H.Ettl & Gärtner

Publication details
Klebsormidium dissectum (F.Gay) H.Ettl & Gärtner 1995: 601

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

Type species
The type species (holotype) of the genus Klebsormidium is Klebsormidium flaccidum (Kützing) P.C.Silva, K.R.Mattox & W.H.Blackwell.

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

Stichococcus dissectus F.Gay

Type information
Neotype locality: near Col du Bussang, France (Lokhorst 1996: 24). Neotype (prepared from cultures initiated from a soil sample): G.M. Lokhorst; 12 September 1992; soil sample from a forest track. L (Lokhorst 1996: 24). Notes: Epitype: Strain SAG 2417 designated by Mikhailyuk et al. (2015: 763) to support the neotype specified above and proposed as the authentic strain of K. dissectum. Cryopreserved in liquid nitrogen in SAG. They note that strain SAG2155 isolated by Lokhorst from the neotype locality (original number KL 2) cannot be used as the epitype, because it does not correspond to emended description. They propose a strain SAG 2417, isolated by U. Karsten (originally labelled BOT2) from the concrete basement of a greenhouse in the Botanical Garden of Innsbruch (Austria) as the epitype of K. dissectumType locality: France: Hérault: Montpellier (INA).

Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), deeply cut.

Homotypic Synonym(s)
Stichococcus dissectus F.Gay 1891
Hormococcus flaccidus var. dissectus (F.Gay) Chodat 1902
Hormidium dissectum (F.Gay) Chodat 1913
Chlorhormidium dissectum (F.Gay) Farooqui 1969

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Hormidium flaccidum f. tumidum Heering 1914
Klebsormidium flaccidum f. tumidum (Heering) H.Ettl & G.Gärtner 1995

Taxonomic notes
Sequences of K dissectum, K. fluitans and K. nitens formed an unresolved clade (Sluiman et al. 2008). - (9 Feb 2015) - M.D. Guiry

General environment
This is a terrestrial species.

emended description : Lokhorst (1996: 24-25, figs 110-129) fide Mikhailyuk et al., 2015.

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Key references
Borisova, O.V. & Tsarenko, P.M. (2015 '2014'). Klebsormidiales. In: Algae of Ukraine: diversity, nomenclature, taxonomy, ecology and geography. Volume 4: Charophyta. (Tsarenko, P.M., Wasser, S.P. & Nevo, E. Eds), pp. 449-453. Ruggell: Koeltz Scientific Books.

Li Shanghao (S.H.Ley) & Bi Liejue [Li, S.H. & Bi, L.J.] (1999). Flora algarum sinicarum aquae dulcis. Tomus V Ulothrichales Ulvales Chaetophorales Trentepohliales Sphaeropleales. pp. [i-ix], i-viii, 1-136, 54 pls [I-LIV]. Beijing: Science Press.

Lokhorst, G.M. (1996). Comparative taxonomic studies on the genus Klebsormidium (Charophyceae) in Europe. Cryptogamic Studies Volume 5. pp. 1-132. Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer.

Mikhailyuk, T., Glaser, K., Holzinger, A. & Karsten, U. (2015). Biodiversity of Klebsormidium (Streptophyta) from alpine biological soil crusts (Alps, Tyrol, Austria, and Italy). Journal of Phycology 51(4): 750-767.

Novis, P.M. (2006). Taxonomy of Klebsormidium (Klebsormidiales, Charophyceae) in New Zealand streams and the significance of low-PH habitats. Phycologia 45: 293-301.

Rindi, F. (2011). Phylum Chlorophyta. Orders Klebsormidiales. In: The freshwater algal flora of the British Isles. An identification guide to freshwater and terrestrial algae. Second edition. (John, D.M., Whitton, B.A. & Brook, A.J. Eds), pp. 554-556. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sluiman, H.J., Guihal, C. & Mudimu, O. (2008). Assessing phylogenetic affinities and species delimitations in Klebsormidiales (Streptophyta): nuclear-encoded rDNA phylogenies and ITS secondary structure models in Klebsormidium, Hormidiella, and Entransia. Journal of Phycology 44(1): 183-195.

Uznov, B.A., Gärtner, G. & Stoyneva, M.P. (2012). Notes on the akinete-forming strain of the green alga Klebsormidium dissectum (Streptophyta) from Pirin Mt., Bulgaria. Phyton (Horn, Austria) 52(1): 139-144.

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Uznov, B.A., Gärtner, G. & Stoyneva, M.P. (2012). Notes on the akinete-forming strain of the green alga Klebsormidium dissectum (Streptophyta) from Pirin Mt., Bulgaria. Phyton (Horn, Austria) 52(1): 139-144.

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