Actinocyclus normanii f. subsalsus (Juhlin-Dannfelt) Hustedt 1957
Actinocyclus normanii f. subsalsus (Juhlin-Dannfelt) Hustedt 1957: 219
Published in: Hustedt, F. (1957). Die Diatomeenflora des Fluß-systems der Weser im Gebiet der Hansestadt Bremen. Abhandlungen der Naturwissenschaftlichen Verein zu Bremen 34(3): 181-440, 1 pl.
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Coscinodiscus subsalsus Juhlin-Dannfelt 1882
Coscinodiscus rothii var. subsalsus (Juhlin-Dannfelt) Hustedt 1928
Invasive species in some areas. - (27 Dec 2016) - M.D. Guiry
This is a marine/freshwater species.
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