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Title: Description of a new diatom (Bacillariophyta) species-Craticula anatoliana sp. nov.-and the first ultrastructure characteristic for Craticula vixvisibilis var . distinctior
Authors: Solak, Cüneyt Nadir
Rybak, Mateusz
Peszek, Lukasz
Yılmaz, Elif
Ertorun, Nesil
Keywords: rare taxa
maar-type lake
brackish waters
Nar Golu lake
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Magnolia Press
Abstract: This paper presents the first scanning electron microscope documentation and valve ultrastructure description of the rare species Craticula vixvisibilis var. distinctior Lange-Bertalot, and a description of the new species Craticula anatoliana sp. nov. Both species occurred in high electrolyte content, brackish maar-type lakes in the Inner Anatolia region of Turkey. The most similar species to this newly described species is Craticula buderi (Hustedt) Lange-Bertalot, from which it can be easily distinguished based on valve outline and striae density. Additionally, comparisons of C. vixvisiblis var. distinctior to most morphologically similar species were given based on literature data.
ISSN: 1179-3155
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