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Chrysochromulina hirta Manton 1978

Publication details
Chrysochromulina hirta Manton 1978: 13, figs 1-17

Published in: Manton, I. (1978). Chrysochromulina hirta sp. nov., a widely distributed species with unusual spines. British Phycological Journal 13: 3-14.

Type species
The type species (holotype) of the genus Chrysochromulina is Chrysochromulina parva Lackey.

Status of name
This name is currently regarded as a synonym of Haptolina hirta (Manton) Edvardsen & Eikrem

Origin of species name
Adjective (Latin), hairy.

Synonym(s)
No synonyms are currently included in AlgaeBase.

General environment
This is a marine species.

Type information
Type locality: almost midway between Robben Island and Cape Town (33º51.0'S, 18º22.4'E), South Africa (Manton 1978: 13). Type: 10 November 1972; turbid water; sea temperature 10ºC. (Manton 1978: 13).

Detailed distribution with sources (Click to Load)

Source of current name
Edvardsen, B., Eikrem, W., Throndsen, J., Sáez, A.G., Probert, I. & Medlin, L.K. (2011). Ribosomal DNA phylogenies and a morphological revision provide the basis for a revised taxonomy of the Prymnesiales (Haptophyta). European Journal of Phycology 46(3): 202-228.

Key references
Bergesch, M., Odebrecht, C. & Moestrup, Ø. (2008). Nanoflagellates from coastal waters of southern Brazil (32ºS). Botanica Marina 51(1): 35-50.

Jordan, R.W., Cros, L. & Young, J.R. (2004). A revised classification scheme for living haptophytes. Micropaleontology 50(Suppl. 1): 55-79.

LeRoi, J.-M. & Hallegraeff, G.M. (2004). Scale-bearing nanoflagellates from southern Tasmanian coastal waters, Australia. I. Species of the genus Chrysochromulina (Haptophyta). Botanica Marina 47: 73-102.

Nakayama, T., Yoshida, M., Noël, M.-H., Kawachi, M. & Inouye, I. (2005). Ultrastructure and phylogenetic position of Chrysoculter rhomhoideus gen. et sp. nov. (Prymnesiophyceae), a new flagellate haptophyte from Japanese coastal waters. Phycologia 44: 369-383.

Seoane, S., Eikrem, W. Arluzea, J. & Orive, E. (2009). Haptophytes of the Nervión River estuary, northern Spain. Botanica Marina 52: 47-59.

Throndsen, J. (1996). The planktonic marine flagellates. In: Identifying marine phytoplankton. (Tomas, C.R. Eds), pp. 591-730. San Diego: Academic Press.

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Verified by: 28 October 2011 by Wendy Guiry

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References
(Please note: only references with the binomials in the title are included. The information is from the Literature database.)

Kawachi, M. & Inouye, I. (1994). Ca2+-mediated induction of the coiling of the haptonema in Chrysochromulina hirta (Prymnesiophyta = Haptophyta). Phycologia 33: 53-57, 13 figs.
Kawachi, M., Inouye, I., Maeda, O. & Chihara, M. (1991). The haptomena as a food-capturing device: observations on Chrysochromulina hirta (Prymnesiophyceae). Phycologia 30: 563-573, 29 figs, 1 table.
Manton, I. (1978). Chrysochromulina hirta sp. nov., a widely distributed species with unusual spines. British Phycological Journal 13: 3-14.

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