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Chamaebotrys erectus sp. nov. (Rhodymeniales, Rhodophyta) from the Socotra Archipelago,Yemen
Schils, T.; Huisman, J.M.; Coppejans, E. (2003). Chamaebotrys erectus sp. nov. (Rhodymeniales, Rhodophyta) from the Socotra Archipelago,Yemen. Bot. Mar. 46(1): 2-8. dx.doi.org/10.1515/BOT.2003.002
In: Botanica Marina. Walter de Gruyter & Co: Berlin. ISSN 0006-8055, more
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  • Schils, T.; Huisman, J.M.; Coppejans, E. (2003). Chamaebotrys erectus sp. nov. (Rhodymeniales, Rhodophyta) from the Socotra Archipelago,Yemen, in: Schils, T. (2003). Mariene plantengemeenschappen in opwellingsgebieden van de Arabische Zee: een taxonomische, ecologische en biogeografische case study naar de mariene flora van de Socotra Archipel (Jemen) en het eiland Masirah (Oman) = Marine plant communities of upwelling areas within the Arabian Sea: a taxonomic, ecological and biogeographic case study on the marine flora of the Socotra archipelago (Yemen) and Masirah Island (Oman). : pp. 2-8, more
  • Schils, T.; Huisman, J.M.; Coppejans, E. (2005). Chamaebotrys erectus sp. nov. (Rhodymeniales, Rhodophyta) from the Socotra Archipelago,Yemen, in: (2005). VLIZ Coll. Rep. 33-34(2003-2004). VLIZ Collected Reprints: Marine and Coastal Research in Flanders, 33-34: pp. chapter 40, more

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Abstract
    A third species of Chamaebotrys ,C. erectus, is described from an upwelling region off Socotra Island,Yemen. The new species clearly displays one of the defining features of the genus, viz. terminal tetrasporangia in nemathecial sori. The nemathecia become diffuse when mature and produce secondary tetrasporangia. Tetraspores can apparently germinate in situ, resulting in compound thalli with tetrasporic and cystocarpic parts. Carpogonial branches are four-celled and cystocarps are protuberant, both of which features illustrate the affinities of Chamaebotrys with the closely related Coelarthrum.

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