Nupela species (Naviculales: Bacillariophyceae) from Colombian lowland waters including N. acaciensis nov. sp. and N. catatumbensis nov. sp.

@article{Sala2014NupelaS,
  title={Nupela species (Naviculales: Bacillariophyceae) from Colombian lowland waters including N. acaciensis nov. sp. and N. catatumbensis nov. sp.},
  author={Silvia Estela Sala and Amelia Alejandra Vouilloud and Yasm{\'i}n Plata-D{\'i}az and E. Banchi Pedraza and Astrid Pimienta},
  journal={Revista de biologia tropical},
  year={2014},
  volume={62 1},
  pages={
          241-55
        }
}
The genus Nupela comprises ca. 50 species that generally have a distribution restricted by bioclimatic frontiers. As part of an integrated analysis of the diatom flora of Colombia, in this study we focused our interest on the genus Nupela from lowland waters. Periphyton samples were collected from 150 sites of lotic water bodies in Colombia, taking into account hidrogeomorfological variability. In each sampling station, periphyton samples were obtained by scraping, and temperature, pH… CONTINUE READING

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