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Plankton Algae of Southeast Asia

Flora / Fauna
By: Takaaki Yamagishi(Author)
249 pages, 71 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings
Plankton Algae of Southeast Asia
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  • Plankton Algae of Southeast Asia ISBN: 9788121107662 Hardback Dec 2010 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

Plankton Algae of Southeast Asia is a taxonomic report on plankton algae found in samples collected from Southeast Asia covering Thailand, Malaysia and Cambodia.

A total number of 670 taxa containing 66 taxa of Cyanophyceae, 26 taxa of Chrysophyceae, 27 taxa of Xanthophyceae, 8 taxa of Dinophyceae, 316 taxa of Euglenophyceae and 227 taxa of Chlorophyceae, has been described in Plankton Algae of Southeast Asia along with photomicrograph and figures of each alga. In the algal group of Euglenophyceae, 10 taxa of Euglena, 28 taxa of Lepocinclis, 75 taxa of Phacus, 47 taxa of Strombomonas and 127 taxa of Trachelomonas have been found in polluted water, ponds or road side ditches of the area.

The diversity of euglenaceous algae in the area has shown a relative connection with the distribution in Australia (Playfair, 1915, 1921), in Taiwan (Yamagishi, 1992), in China (Shi, 1999) and Japan (Yamagishi, 1984-1998). In other algal groups, Merismoarcus and Bacularia of Cyanophyceae, Phalansterium of Chrysophyceae, Octosporiella, Tetras poridium, Chlorophyceae have been observed as unique or rare algae.


List of locality, habitat and collector of samples
Systematic enumeration

1. Cyanophyceae
2. Chroococcales
3. Chroococcaceae
4. Tubiellaceae
5. Nostocales
6. Rivlariaceae
7. Nostocaceae
8. Oscillatoriaceae
9. Chrysophyceae
10. Phaeoplacales
11. Phaeoplcaceae
12. Rhizochrysidales
13. Stylococcaceae
14. Chromulinales
15. Chryscococcaceae
16. Ochrmonadales
17. Dinobryaceae
18. Synuraceae
19. Monosigales
20. Monosigaceae
21. Phalansteriaceae
22. Xanthophyceae
23. Mischococcales
24. Pleurochloridaceae
25. Characiopsidaceae
26. Sciadiaceae
27. Dinophyceae
28. Peridiniales
29. Peridiniaceae
30. Ceratiaceae
31. Phytodiniales
32. Phytodiniaceae
33. Euglenophyceae
34. Euglenales
35. Euglenaceae
36. Peranemaceae
37. Petalomonadaceae
38. Chlorophyceae
39. Volvocales
40. Chlamydomonadaceae
41. Phacotaceae
42. Volvocaceae
43. Spondylomoraceae
44. Tetrasporales
45. Tetrasporaceae
46. Gloecoccaceae
47. Chlorangiellaceae
48. Chlorococcales
49. Chlorococcaceae
50. Palmellaceae
51. Oocystaceae
52. Radiococcaceae
53. Micractiniaceae
54. Dictyosphaeriaceae
55. Scenedesmaceae
56. Hydrodictyaceae
57. Elakatothricaceae
58. Ulotrichales
59. Ulotrichaceae
60. Chaetophorales
61. Chaetophoraceae
62. Kanetsuna : New and interesting desmids collected from Asia


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Flora / Fauna
By: Takaaki Yamagishi(Author)
249 pages, 71 plates with b/w photos and b/w line drawings
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