Coccotylus truncatus

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Coccotylus truncatus

Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Gigartinales 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Rhodophyta
Subdivisio: Rhodophytina
Classis: Florideophyceae
Subclassis: Rhodymeniophycidae
Ordo: Gigartinales

Familia: Phyllophoraceae
Genus: Coccotylus
Species: Coccotylus truncatus

Name[edit]

Coccotylus truncatus (Pallas) M.J.Wynne & Heine, 1992

Synonyms[edit]

  • Basionym
    • Fucus truncatus Pallas, 1776
      • Type locality: "Eismeer", Eastern Siberia. Lectotype: a specimen labeled "truncatus" in Pallas's hand. LE (designated by Le Gall & Saunders 2010: 382).
  • Homotypic
  • Heterotypic
    • Phyllophora brodiei var. angustissima C.Agardh,
    • Coccotylus brodiei var. ligulatus Kützing,
    • Coccotylus brodiei var. angustissimus Kützing,
    • Coccotylus brodiaei var. concatenatus Kützing,
    • Coccotylus brodiei var. cuneifolius R.Wollny,
    • Sphaerococcus brodiei var. concatenatus Lyngbye, 1819
    • Sphaerococcus membranifolius var. concatenatus (C.Agardh) Wahlenberg, 1826
    • Sphaerococcus interruptus Greville, 1829
    • Chaetophora subcutanea Lyngbye ex Hornemann, 1834
    • Chondrus truncatus Postels & Ruprecht, 1840
    • Actinococcus roseus Suhr ex Kützing, 1843
    • Agarum brodiei (Turner) Trevisan, 1845
    • Phyllophora brodiei var. concatenata (C.Agardh) Areschoug, 1847
    • Phyllophora interrupta (Greville) J.Agardh, 1863
    • Phyllophora brodiei f. baltica Areschoug ex Gobi, 1877
    • Phyllophora brodiei var. baltica (Areschoug ex Gobi) Hauck, 1883
    • Phyllophora brodiei var. elongata Hauck, 1883
    • Actinococcus subcutaneus (Lyngbye ex Hornemann) Rosenvinge, 1893
    • Phyllophora brodiei f. interrupta (Greville) Rosenvinge, 1893
    • Phyllophora brodiei subsp. interrupta (Greville) Rosenvinge, 1893
    • Phyllophora parvula Darbishire, 1896
    • Phyllophora brodiei f. elongata (Hauck) Svedelius, 1901

References[edit]

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