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《Journal of Jinan University》 1991-03
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A NEW RECORDED RED TIDE SPECIES IN CHINA: CHATTONELLA MARINA(SUBRAHAMANYAN) HARA ET CHIHARA, ITS ASSET AND LIMITATION

Qi Yuzao Hong Ying Lu Songhui Zhang Jiaping Zhu Congju Li Yaqing (Institute of Hydrobiology, Jinan University) Liang Song (South China Sea Branch, State Oceanic Administration, Guangzhou China)  
A red tide species, Chattonetta marina Hara et Chihara, is first reported in China. The taxonoy and their ultrastructure of three main species in Chattonella: Cantiqua, a,subsalsa are summarized. Taxonomy asset and species limitation are discussed as well. The shape of Chattonclla marina varies quite often, somedividuals have attenuate tail, it shows that the characteristics of Chattonetta are variable. So species's identification must be carefully. A Chinese nomenclature is also reassesed in this paper. Another recent reported four species: globosa,ovata, C. minima, C. verruculosa are introduced.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金
【CateGory Index】: Q178.53;Q99.2;X4
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