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Thalassiosira punctigera (Castr.) comb. nov., a widely distributed marine planktonic diatom
Hasle, G.R. (1983). Thalassiosira punctigera (Castr.) comb. nov., a widely distributed marine planktonic diatom. Nord. J. Bot. 3(5): 593-608
In: Nordic Journal of Botany. Oikos Editorial Office: Copenhagen. ISSN 0107-055X, more
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Keywords
    Geographical distribution; Marine environment; Plant morphology; Synonymy; Taxonomy; Thalassiosira punctigera (Castracane) Hasle, 1983 [WoRMS]; Marine

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  • Hasle, G.R.

Abstract
    Examination of type material showed that 8 taxa must be reduced to synonomy with Thalassiosira punctigera (Castr.) comb. nov., an extremely variable species as to size and valve structure. Preliminary experiments indicated a certain relationship between the areola size and the temperature at which clonal cultures had been grown. While previously known from the North Pacific and South Atlantic Oceans in addition to a single record from the Caribbean Sea it has since 1979 been recorded regularly in the Skagerrak (between Denmark and Norway).

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