Guinardia delicatula (Cleve) Hasle 1997
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.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Rhizosolenia delicatula Cleve
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).
Rhizosolenia delicatula Cleve 1900
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
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).
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).
South America: Brazil (Eskinazi-Leça & al. 2010).
Indian Ocean Islands: Maldives (Stanca & al. 2013).
South-west Asia: India (Gupta & Das 2020).
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Created: 26 April 2002 by M.D. Guiry
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