Closterium cynthia var. minutum Kanetsuna 2004
Closterium cynthia var. minutum Kanetsuna 2004: 160-167, figs 2, 47
Published in: Kanetsuna, Y. (2004). New and interesting desmids (Zygnematales, Chlorophyceae) collected from Brazil and Argentina. Phycological Research 52: 160-167.
Publication date: June 2004
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Origin of species name
Noun (Greek), Ancient Greek epithet of the moon goddess Artemis.
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This is a freshwater species.
This variety is smaller than the type, approximately six times longer than it is broad, strongly curved, with curvature approximately 150°-153° of an arc, with truncate apices; cell wall is striated, approximately five striae per 10 µm. Cell length approximately 50 µm, width approximately 8 µm.
A small pond in the suburb or Brazilia, Brazil (Kanetsuna 2004: 161). Holotype: (Kanetsuna 2004: 161).
Created: 01 December 2004 by Sandy Lawson
Verified by: 01 December 2004 by Sandy Lawson
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Guiry, M.D. & Guiry, G.M. 2020. AlgaeBase. World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway. http://www.algaebase.org; searched on 10 August 2020.