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Revision of the genus Navicula s.s. (Bacillariophyceae) in inland waters of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic with the description of five new species

(2011) PHYCOLOGIA. 50(3). p.281-297
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A revision of the diatom genus Navicula s.s. in inland water samples from the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic resulted in the description of five new species, viz. Navicula australoshetlandica Van de Vijver sp. nov., N. dobrinatemniskovae Zidarova & Van de Vijver sp. nov., N. cremeri Van de Vijver & Zidarova sp. nov. N. conveyi Van de Vijver sp. nov. and Navicula bicephaloides Van de Vijver & Zidarova sp. nov. The new species are extensively compared with other similar species. The morphology and taxonomy of three other Navicula taxa present in the same materials are briefly discussed. A critical revision of literature reports of Navicula taxa in the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic region indicates that despite the large number of records the genus is rather species-poor in the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic. From a biogeographical point of view, there is a clear separation between the Sub-Antarctic localities in the southern Indian Ocean and the islands in the southern Atlantic Ocean, with several species showing a restricted biogeography.
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Bacillariophyta, Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic Region, Diatoms, Morphology, Navicula, Taxonomy, SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS, KING-GEORGE-ISLAND, SEDIMENT DIATOM ASSEMBLAGES, STROMNESS BAY AREA, JAMES-ROSS-ISLAND, FRESH-WATER, COMPLEX BACILLARIOPHYCEAE, MUELLERIA BACILLARIOPHYTA, DECEPTION ISLAND, SALINE LAKES

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Van de Vijver, Bart, Ralitsa Zidarova, Mieke Sterken, Elie Verleyen, Myriam de Haan, Wim Vyverman, Friedel Hinz, and Koen Sabbe. 2011. “Revision of the Genus Navicula S.s. (Bacillariophyceae) in Inland Waters of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic with the Description of Five New Species.” Phycologia 50 (3): 281–297.
APA
Van de Vijver, B., Zidarova, R., Sterken, M., Verleyen, E., de Haan, M., Vyverman, W., Hinz, F., et al. (2011). Revision of the genus Navicula s.s. (Bacillariophyceae) in inland waters of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic with the description of five new species. PHYCOLOGIA, 50(3), 281–297.
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Van de Vijver B, Zidarova R, Sterken M, Verleyen E, de Haan M, Vyverman W, et al. Revision of the genus Navicula s.s. (Bacillariophyceae) in inland waters of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic with the description of five new species. PHYCOLOGIA. 2011;50(3):281–97.
MLA
Van de Vijver, Bart, Ralitsa Zidarova, Mieke Sterken, et al. “Revision of the Genus Navicula S.s. (Bacillariophyceae) in Inland Waters of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic with the Description of Five New Species.” PHYCOLOGIA 50.3 (2011): 281–297. Print.
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  abstract     = {A revision of the diatom genus Navicula s.s. in inland water samples from the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic resulted in the description of five new species, viz. Navicula australoshetlandica Van de Vijver sp. nov., N. dobrinatemniskovae Zidarova \& Van de Vijver sp. nov., N. cremeri Van de Vijver \& Zidarova sp. nov. N. conveyi Van de Vijver sp. nov. and Navicula bicephaloides Van de Vijver \& Zidarova sp. nov. The new species are extensively compared with other similar species. The morphology and taxonomy of three other Navicula taxa present in the same materials are briefly discussed. A critical revision of literature reports of Navicula taxa in the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic region indicates that despite the large number of records the genus is rather species-poor in the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic. From a biogeographical point of view, there is a clear separation between the Sub-Antarctic localities in the southern Indian Ocean and the islands in the southern Atlantic Ocean, with several species showing a restricted biogeography.},
  author       = {Van de Vijver, Bart and Zidarova, Ralitsa and Sterken, Mieke and Verleyen, Elie and de Haan, Myriam and Vyverman, Wim and Hinz, Friedel and Sabbe, Koen},
  issn         = {0031-8884},
  journal      = {PHYCOLOGIA},
  keyword      = {Bacillariophyta,Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic Region,Diatoms,Morphology,Navicula,Taxonomy,SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS,KING-GEORGE-ISLAND,SEDIMENT DIATOM ASSEMBLAGES,STROMNESS BAY AREA,JAMES-ROSS-ISLAND,FRESH-WATER,COMPLEX BACILLARIOPHYCEAE,MUELLERIA BACILLARIOPHYTA,DECEPTION ISLAND,SALINE LAKES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {281--297},
  title        = {Revision of the genus Navicula s.s. (Bacillariophyceae) in inland waters of the Sub-Antarctic and Antarctic with the description of five new species},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2216/10-49.1},
  volume       = {50},
  year         = {2011},
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