Structure and Taxonomic Status of Trichogloea Herveyi

  title={Structure and Taxonomic Status of Trichogloea Herveyi},
  author={Randolph Taylor},
  journal={Journal of aquatic ecosystem health},
  • Randolph Taylor
  • Published 1 April 1951
  • Biology
  • Journal of aquatic ecosystem health
In March 1915, F . S . COLLINS issued in Fascicle XLI of the Phycotheca Boreali-Americana a specimen (no. 2034) bearing the name Trichogloea Herveyi, ascribing it to W . A. SETCHELL as a manuscript name, doubtless expecting that SETCHELL would soon publish an account of it. The plant still was undescribed when COLLINS and HERVEY (1917, p. 98) published their Algae of Bermuda, and seems still a nomen nudum (PAPENFUSS 1946, p. 420). In the course of time a few other Bermudian collections have… 
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