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The terete and sub-terete members of the red algal tribe Amansieae (Ceramiales, Rhodomelaceae)

@article{Phillips2005TheTA,
  title={The terete and sub-terete members of the red algal tribe Amansieae (Ceramiales, Rhodomelaceae)},
  author={Louise Elizabeth Phillips and Olivier De Clerck},
  journal={Cryptogamie Algologie},
  year={2005},
  volume={26},
  pages={5-33}
}
The tribe Amansieae is composed mostly of genera with dorsiventrally attened thalli with only a few species that are terete or sub-terete in cross-section. Two of these comprise the monotypic genera Rytiphlaea and Halopithys, both natives of the Mediterranean Sea and the northeastern Atlantic Ocean. An investigation of the relation- ships of these two species to each other and to the remaining terete or sub-terete species, Enantiocladia schottii and Protokuetzingia australasica, was carried out… 
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