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Hapalosiphon pumilus Kirchner ex Bornet & Flahault

Publication details
Hapalosiphon pumilus Kirchner ex Bornet & Flahault 1887: 61

Published in: Bornet, É. & Flahault, C. (1886 '1887'). Revision des Nostocacées hétérocystées contenues dans les principaux herbiers de France (Troisième fragment). Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Botanique, Septième série 5: 51-129.
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Publication date: 1 Jan 1886

Type species
This is the type species (lectotype) of the genus Hapalosiphon.

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

Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), dwarf.

Heterotypic Synonym(s)
Conferva fontinalis C.Agardh 1824
Hapalosiphon braunii Nägeli 1849
Hapalosiphon fontinalis Bornet 1889

General environment
This is a freshwater species.

Detailed distribution with sources
(as Conferva fontinalis C.Agardh)
Asia: Taiwan (Shao 2003-2014).

(as Hapalosiphon braunii Nägeli)
Europe: Ireland (Adams 1908).

Pacific Islands: Hawaiian Islands (HI) (Sherwood 2004).

(as Hapalosiphon pumilus Kirchner ex Bornet & Flahault)
Europe: Georgia (Barinova & Kukhaleishvili 2017), Germany (Stutz & Mattern (eds) et al. 2018), Romania (Caraus 2002, Caraus 2012, Caraus 2017), Russia (Europe) (Patova & Novakovskaya 2018, Komulaynen 2018), Ukraine (Vinogradova 2016, Malakhov, Kryvosheia & Tsarenko 2017).

North America: Alaska (AK) (Saunders 1901), Great Lakes (Prescott 1962), Québec (Poulin, Hamilton & Proulx 1995).

Asia: Russia (Far East) (Medvedeva & Nikulina 2014, Medvedeva & Nikulina 2019).

Australia and New Zealand: New South Wales (Day et al. 1995), Northern Territory (Day et al. 1995), Queensland (Day et al. 1995).

(as Hapalosiphon fontinalis Bornet)
Europe: Britain (Whitton et al. 2003, John, Whitton & Brook 2011), Bulgaria (Stoyneva-Gärtner et al. 2015), Czech Republic (Gadea et al. 2013, Gadea et al. 2013), Germany (Mauch & Schmedtje 2003), Ireland (Adams 1908), Romania (Caraus 2002, Caraus 2012, Caraus 2017), Russia (Europe) (Stenina & Patova 2007, Patova & Demina 2007), Scandinavia (Karlason et al. 2018), Spain (Alvarez-Cobelas & Gallardo 1988).

Caribbean Islands: Cuba (Comas González 2009).

South America: Argentina (Tell 1985).

Africa: Zimbabwe (Rich 1935).

South-west Asia: Bangladesh (Siddiqui et al. 2009), India (Gupta 2012), Israel (Vinogradova et al. 2000).

Asia: Japan (Hirose, Yamagishi & Akiyama 1977), Nepal (Rai, Rai & Jha 2010).

South-east Asia: Myanmar (Burma) (Skuja 1949), Singapore (Pham et al. 2011).

Australia and New Zealand: New Zealand (Chapman, Thompson & Segar 1957, Broady & Merican 2012), Northern Territory (Day et al. 1995), Queensland (Day et al. 1995, Phillips 2002, Bostock & Holland 2010).

Key references
Komárek, J. (2013). Süsswasserflora von Mitteleuropa. Cyanoprokaryota: 3rd part: heterocystous genera. Vol. 19 pp. [i]-xviii, [1]-1130. Heidelberg: Springer Spektrum.

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Verified by: 30 January 2014 by M.D. Guiry

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