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Marine benthic algae of the Russian coasts of the Bering Sea (from Ozernoi Gulf to Dezhnev Bay, including Karaginskii Island)
Selivanova, O.N. (2002). Marine benthic algae of the Russian coasts of the Bering Sea (from Ozernoi Gulf to Dezhnev Bay, including Karaginskii Island). Constancea 83: [no pag.]
In: Constancea: University of California Electronic Publications in Botany. University of California: Berkeley, more

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  • Selivanova, O.N.

Abstract
    A list of the marine benthic algae of the Russian coasts of the Bering Sea that belong to the administrative region Kamchatka Oblast is given in the paper. Since the marine benthic flora of this region is insufficiently studied and the literature is minimal, the information presented in the article is based mostly on the analysis of the author's own materials. This inventory of the flora of marine algae of the western coasts of the Bering Sea reveals 170 species of macrophytes, including 33 species of green, 39 species of brown, and 98 species of red algae. Twenty species are newly recorded from the area, and four are new to the flora of the Far Eastern seas of Russia. A new species of Phycodrys (Delesseriaceae) was discovered. The information is updated in accordance with new data on taxonomy and nomenclature of the species.

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