Navicula seibigiana

Taxon ID: 58
Author: Lange-Bertalot 1993   
Basionym: Pinnularia cincta
Synonym: Navicula cincta (p)

 

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Observations

Observations: Sarah Spaulding and Rhea Esposito
Length: 12-35 µm
Width: 4.5-7.5 µm
Striae: 8-11 in 10 µm

Description:

Valve elliptical-lanceolate with rounded ends. Axial area narrow or indistinct. Central area transversely widened. Raphe straight; distal raphe endings sickle-shaped. Striae radiate at the center becoming parallel at the ends; irregular in length and spacing at the center of the valve.

Morphology: Naviculoid
Distribution: Widespread

Autecology:

 

Notes:

 

McMurdo Dry Valleys Waterbodies with Navicula seibigiana

  • Adams Stream
  • Aiken Creek
  • Bohner Stream
  • Bowles Creek
  • Canada Stream
  • Commonwealth Stream
  • Delta Stream
  • Green Creek
  • Harnish Creek Tributary
  • Huey Creek
  • Lost Seal Stream
  • Many Glaciers Pond
  • Miers Stream
  • Onyx River
  • Picture Pond
  • Von Guerard Stream
  • Wales Stream
  • Wormherder Creek

Original Type Description

Author: Lange-Bertalot 1993
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Original Description:

 

New combination

Author: Ralfs 1861

 

Citations

Index Nominum Algarum (INA):

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  • New Combination
  • If an INA link is available, it will be shown above
  • The INA is a bibliographic reference "card file" for algal taxonomy, containing nearly 200,000 names of algae (in the broad sense).

Publications (by year):

  • Ehrenberg 1854. pl. 10. 2. fig. 6 [citation 33(71)]
  • Ralfs 1861. In Pritchard, His. Inf. Ed. 4: 901. [citation 97(79)]
  • Krammer and Lange-Bertalot 1986. p. 98, fig. 28, fig. 8-15 [citation 74(51)]
  • Lange-Bertalot 1993. p. 246, fig. 41, fig. 1-22 [citation 82(68)]

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