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INVASION OF CAULERPA RACEMOSA VAR. CYLINDRACEA (CAULERPALES, CHLOROPHYTA) IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE SPREAD
L'article a comme objet de presenter un bilan de la colonisation de la Mediterranee par l'algue verte introduite Caulerpa racemosa var. cylindracea, treize annees apres le debut de son expansion.Expand
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Amalthea and Galene, two new genera of Halymeniaceae (Rhodophyta) from New Zealand
Abstract New Zealand foliose red algae belonging to the family Halymeniaceae were examined with a focus on species that have been placed in the genera Halymenia and Cryptonemia. Phylogenetic analysesExpand
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Recognition and distribution of Polysiphonia morrowii (Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta) in New Zealand
Abstract Polysiphonia morrowii, a species native to the North Pacific, is believed to have been introduced to Chile, Turkey, Italy and France. This species was first recorded from New Zealand inExpand
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Psaromenia (Kallymeniaceae, Rhodophyta): a new genus for Kallymenia berggrenii
D'Archino R., Nelson W.A. and Zuccarello G.C. 2010. Psaromenia (Kallymeniaceae, Rhodophyta): a new genus for Kallymenia berggrenii. Phycologia 49: 73–85. DOI: 10.2216/08-29.1 Molecular sequenceExpand
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Invasive marine red alga introduced to New Zealand waters: First record of Grateloupia turuturu (Halymeniaceae, Rhodophyta)
Abstract The red alga Grateloupia turuturu is recorded from New Zealand waters for the first time. This species, native to Japan, is considered to be invasive in western Europe, North America, andExpand
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Diversity and complexity in New Zealand Kallymeniaceae (Rhodophyta): recognition of the genus Ectophora and description of E. marginata sp. nov.
D'Archino R., Nelson W.A. and Zuccarello G.C. 2011. Diversity and complexity in New Zealand Kallymeniaceae (Rhodophyta): recognition of the genus Ectophora and description of E. marginata sp. nov.Expand
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Macroalgal Diversity Associated with Rhodolith Beds in Northern New Zealand
Abstract The macroalgal flora associated with rhodolith beds in the Bay of Islands, northeastern North Island, was investigated as part of the first detailed study of subtidal rhodoliths in NewExpand
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Northern New Zealand rhodoliths: assessing faunal and floral diversity in physically contrasting beds
Rhodolith beds are recognised internationally as unique ecosystems, harbouring a high diversity and abundance of marine biota. Beds typically occur in environments of moderate exposure and coarseExpand
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A NEW METHOD OF CYSTOCARP DEVELOPMENT IN THE RED ALGAL GENUS CALLOPHYLLIS (KALLYMENIACEAE) FROM CHILE 1
Traditional studies suggest that the Kallymeniaceae can be divided into two major groups, a nonprocarpic Kallymenia group, in which carposporophyte formation involves an auxiliary cell branch systemExpand
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