Lemanea borealis Atkinson 1904
Lemanea borealis Atkinson 1904: 26, no fig.
Published in: Atkinson, G.F. (1904). A new Lemanea from Newfoundland. Torreya 4: 26 only.
Status of name
This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically.
Type locality: Bay of Islands , Newfoundland (Vis & Sheath 1992: 165). Lectotype: C.D. Howe and W.F. Long; August 9, 1901; NY (Vis & Sheath 1992: 165). Notes: on rocks in a waterfall (INA).
Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), north, northern (Stearn 1973).
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.
This is a freshwater species.
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Kumano, S. (2002). Freshwater red algae of the world. pp. [i-ii], i-xiv, 1-375 [p. 375 is an Addendum], pls 1-199. Bristol: Biopress Limited.
Vis, M.L. & Sheath, R.G. (1992). Systematics of the freshwater red algal family Lemanaceae in North America. Phycologia 31(2): 164-179.
Vis, M.L., Chiasson, W.B. & Sheath, R.G. (2005). Phylogenetic relationship of Batrachospermum species (Batrachospermales, Rhodphyta) from coastal streams in French Guiana. Phycologia 44: 441-446.
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