Constantinea simplex Setchell Cape Perpetua Oregon, U.S.A.; much-eroded plants clumped together in sand surge-channel.
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Constantinea simplex Setchell 1901: 127
Published in: Setchell, W.A. (1901). Notes on algae, I. Zoe 5: 121-129.
The type species (lectotype) of the genus Constantinea is Constantinea rosa-marina (S.G.Gmelin) Postels & Ruprecht.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), simple, undivided, unbranched, of one piece or series, not consisting of several distinct parts (Stearn 1973).
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.
low and mid intertidal; sand; epilithic (Augyte & Shaughnessy, 2014). - (5 Dec 2014) - Wendy Guiry
This is a marine species.
Syntype localities: Santa Cruz; Pacific Grove; Land's End, San Francisco; Dillon's Beach, Marin County; Fort Ross, Sonoma County, California, USA (Setchell 1901: 128).
Klochkova, N.G. & Pisareva, N.A. (2009). The genus Constantinea (Rhodophyta: Gigartinales) in the Far-Eastern seas of Russia. Russian Journal of Marine Biology 35: 206-214.
Klochkova, N.G., Korolyova, T.N. & Kusidi, A.E. (2009). [Atlas of marine algae of Kamchatka and surrounding areas. Vol. 2. Red seaweeds]. pp. 1-301. Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky: KamchatNIRO Press. [in Russian]
Smith, G.M. (1944). Marine algae of the Monterey Peninsula. pp. i-ix, 1-622, 98 pls. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
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