MORPHOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION OF NAVICULA SCHMASSMANNII AND ITS TRANSFER TO GENUS HUMIDOPHILA

@inproceedings{Buczk2015MORPHOLOGYAD,
  title={MORPHOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION OF NAVICULA SCHMASSMANNII AND ITS TRANSFER TO GENUS HUMIDOPHILA},
  author={Krisztina Buczk{\'o} and Agata Z. Wojtal and B{\'a}nk Beszteri and Enikő K. Magyari},
  year={2015}
}
A small diatom with a peculiar shape is often identified as Navicula schmassmannii in samples collected from alpine lakes and the Arctic region. Due to its characteristic outline, it is relatively well-identifiable, but scanning electron microscope (SEM) confirmation is essential for proving species identity. This species likely has a palaeoecological indicator value of warming climate in mountain lakes, although it is generally a minor component of the diatom assemblages. Here we re… 
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