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Guinardia delicatula (Cleve) Hasle 1997

Publication details
Guinardia delicatula (Cleve) Hasle in Hasle & Syvertsen 1997: 161, pl. 31: fig. 36

Published in: Hasle, G.R. & Syvertsen, E.E. (1996). Marine diatoms. In: Identifying Marine Phytoplankton. (Tomas, C.R. Eds), pp. 5-385. San Diego: Academic Press.

Type species
The type species (holotype) of the genus Guinardia is Guinardia flaccida (Castracane) H.Peragallo.

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

Basionym
Rhizosolenia delicatula Cleve

Type information
Syntype localities: "At S:t Vaast la Hogue [Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue, Normandy] in north-western France. rare in April and in November, at Helder [Den Helder, The Netherlands] in August and September, in the Skagerak common in the first half of June, rare in September and November." (Cleve 1900: 28).

Origin of species name
Adjective B (Latin), very delicate (Stearn 1985).

Homotypic Synonym(s)
Rhizosolenia delicatula Cleve 1900

Usage notes
Guinardia delicatula is known to form nontoxic high biomass blooms worldwide. No harmful incident has been reported, but species may be regarded as potentially harmful during its blooms (Fryxell & Hasle, 2004). - (5 Jul 2019) - M.D. Guiry

General environment
This is a marine species.

Detailed distribution with sources
(as Rhizosolenia delicatula Cleve)
Europe: Britain (Hendey 1954, Hendey 1974, Hartley 1986), France (Anon. 2017), Netherlands (Veen & al. 2015, Peperzak & Witte 2019).

North America: Canada (Mather & al. 2010).

Middle East: Egypt (Nassar & Khairy 2014).

South-west Asia: Lebanon (Lakkis 2013).

Asia: China (Liu 2008), Korea (Lee, Choi & Lee 1995), Russia (Far East) (Medvedeva & Nikulina 2014, Shevchenko & al. 2019), Russia (Sea of Japan) (Gail 1950), Taiwan (Shao 2003-2014).

(as Guinardia delicatula (Cleve) Hasle)
Atlantic Islands: Canary Islands (Gil-Rodríguez et al. 2003, Moro & al. 2011, Afonso-Carrillo 2014).

Europe: Adriatic Sea (Vilicic, Marasovic & Miokovic 2002), Baltic Sea (Hällfors 2004), Black Sea (BSPC Editorial Board 2014, Zotov 2018), France (Anon. 2017, Hernández Fariñas et al. 2017), France (Breizh) (Guilloux & al. 2013), Helgoland (Kraberg & al. 2019), Netherlands (Dijkman & Kromkamp 2007, Veen & al. 2015), Portugal (Moita & Vilarinho 1999), Romania (Caraus 2017), Scandinavia (Karlason & al. 2018).

North America: Canada (Mather & al. 2010), Mexico (Atlantic) (Merino-Virgilio & al. 2013, Licea, Moreno-Ruiz & Luna 2016), Mexico (Pacific) (Torres-Ariño & al. 2019).

South America: Brazil (Eskinazi-Leça & al. 2010).

Indian Ocean Islands: Maldives (Stanca & al. 2013).

Middle East: Kuwait (Al-Kandari, Al-Yamani & Al-Rifaie 2009, Al-Kandari & Suburova 2019), Turkey (Balkis 2004, Taskin (ed.) & al. 2019, Kalei & Akçaalan 2020).

South-west Asia: India (Gupta & Das 2020).

Asia: Korea (Lee 2012, Jeong et al. 2017), Russia (Far East) (Shevchenko & al. 2019), Taiwan (Shao 2003-2014).

Australia and New Zealand: Australia (McCarthy 2013), New Zealand (Harper & al. 2012).

Key references
Al-Yamani, F.Y. & Suburova, M.A. (2019). Marine phytoplankton of Kuwait's waters Volume II. Diatoms. pp. [1]-336, 161 pls. Kuwait: Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research.

Bérard-Therriault, L., Poulin, M. & Bossé, L. (1999). Guide d'identification du phytoplancton marin de l'estuaire et du Golfe du Saint-Laurent incluant également certains protozoaires. Publication Spéciale Canadienne des Sciences Halieutiques et Aquatiques 128: 1-387.

Dijkman, N.A. & Kromkamp, J.C. (2007). Photosynthetic characteristics of the phytoplankton in the Scheldt estuary: community and single-cell fluorescence measurements. European Journal of Phycology 41: 425-434.

Hallegraeff, G.M., Anderson, D.M. & Cembella, A.D., Eds (2003). Manual on harmful marine microalgae. Paris: UNESCO.

Hoppenrath, M., Elbrächter, M. & Drebes, G. (2009). Marine phytoplankton Selected microphytoplankton species from the North Sea around Helgoland and Sylt. pp. [1]-264, figs 1-87. Stuttgart: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung.

Lee, J.H. (2012). Algal flora of Korea. Volume 3, Number 6. Chrysophyta: Bacillariophyceae: Centrales: Thalassiosiraceae, Rhizosoleniaceae. Marine diatoms II. pp. [1-6], 1-110, figs 1-70. Incheon: National Institute of Biological Resources.

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