Contributions to our knowledge of Indian algae-III. Euglenineae—Part 2

@article{Philipose1984ContributionsTO,
  title={Contributions to our knowledge of Indian algae-III. Euglenineae—Part 2},
  author={Muluken Philipose},
  journal={Proceedings: Plant Sciences},
  year={1984},
  volume={93},
  pages={503-552}
}
  • M. Philipose
  • Published 1 October 1984
  • Biology, Environmental Science
  • Proceedings: Plant Sciences
An strated account of six species and ten varieties of the genusLepocinclis Perty and thirty-nine species and ten varieties of the genusPhacus Duj from inland waters of northeast, central and south India collected during 1937–76 together with their distribution in the Indian region is given.Of these, three varieties ofLepocinclis (L. lefevrei varcuttackensis, L. elongata varminor andL. playfairiana varminor) and one species ofPhacus (P. mammillatus) and four varieties (P. balatonicus varmajor… 
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