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Linoporella vesiculifera n.sp., A New Calcareous Alga (Dasycladales) from the Upper Barremian of Mt. Biokovo (Karst Dinarides, Croatia)

@inproceedings{Description2005LinoporellaVN,
  title={Linoporella vesiculifera n.sp., A New Calcareous Alga (Dasycladales) from the Upper Barremian of Mt. Biokovo (Karst Dinarides, Croatia)},
  author={Taxonomic Description},
  year={2005}
}
According to all the main characteristics, the new species belongs to the genus Linoporella. At the species-specific level, Linoporella vesiculifera n.sp. is characterized by visibly widened distal ends of the secondary branches, which gives a vesiculiferous appearance to the outer surface of the thallus. The distal widenings are spherically or conically shaped and open outwards in a funnel-like form. A short review of the taxonomic validation of some Linoporella species is also given. The new… 

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