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The genus Codium (Chlorophyta, Codiales) from Kenya, Tanzania (Zanzibar) and the Seychelles
Van den heede, C.; Coppejans, E. (1996). The genus Codium (Chlorophyta, Codiales) from Kenya, Tanzania (Zanzibar) and the Seychelles. Nova Hedwigia 62(3-4): 389-417
In: Nova Hedwigia. Borntraeger Gebrüder: Berlin; Stuttgart. ISSN 0029-5035, more
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    Chlorophyta [WoRMS]; Codiales [WoRMS]; Codium Stackhouse, 1797 [WoRMS]; Codium arabicum Kützing, 1856 [WoRMS]; Codium cicatrix P.C.Silva, 1959 [WoRMS]; Codium duthieae P.C.Silva, 1956 [WoRMS]; Codium dwarkense Børgesen, 1947 [WoRMS]; Codium extricatum P.C.Silva, 1959 [WoRMS]; Codium geppiorum O.C.Schmidt, 1923 [WoRMS]; Codium lucasii Setchell, 1935 [WoRMS]; Codium ovale Zanardini, 1878 [WoRMS]; Codium pocockiae P.C.Silva, 1959 [WoRMS]; Codium prostratum Levring, 1938 [WoRMS]; Codium repens P.L.Crouan & H.M.Crouan, 1905 [WoRMS]; Codium taylorii P.C.Silva, 1960 [WoRMS]; Codium vaughanii Børgesen, 1940 [WoRMS]; ISW, Kenya [Marine Regions]; ISW, Seychelles [Marine Regions]; ISW, Tanzania, Zanzibar [Marine Regions]; Marine; Fresh water
Author keywords
    Chlorophyta, Codiales, Codium, East Africa, Indian Ocean

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  • Van den heede, C., more
  • Coppejans, E., more

    Descriptions and illustrations are provided of 14 species. Codium, collected in Kenya, Zanzibar and the Seychelles Archipelago from 1985 to 1994 of C. arabicum, C. cicatrix, C. duthieae, C. dwarkense, C. extricatum, C. geppiorum, C. lucasii, C. ovale, C. pocockiae, C. prostratum, C. repens, C. taylorii, C. vaughanii and C. sp. Codium cicatrix and C. repens are new records for Kenya; C. extricatum, C. lucasii and C. pocockiae are new for Tanzania; C. arabicum, C. cicatrix, C. extricatum, C. vaughanii and probably C. sp. are new for the Seychelles.

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