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Comunidades de algas marinas en el archipiélago Jardines de la Reina y en la bahía de Nuevitas, Cuba

Lídice Clero and Rubén Cabrera
Revista del Jardín Botánico Nacional
Vol. 32/33 (2011-2012), pp. 269-275
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23725931
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Comunidades de algas marinas en el archipiélago Jardines de la Reina y en la bahía de Nuevitas, Cuba
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Abstract

Se analiza la diversidad de las macroalgas marinas en el archipiélago Jardines de la Reina y en la bahía de Nuevitas con relación a los phyla Rhodophyta, Ochrophyta y Chlorophyta. Se acopió un total de 193 taxones infragenéricos: 84 Rhodophyta, 24 Ochrophyta y 85 Chlorophyta. El acumulado de especies representó el 37% de las conocidas para Cuba hasta 2005, lo que demuestra el alto potencial de diversidad de macroalgas que poseen el archipiélago y esta bahía. También se discute la proporción de géneros, familias y órdenes para ambas zonas. An analysis of marine macroalgae diversity in the Jardines de la Reina archipelago and in Nuevitas bay was done in relation to Rhodophyta, Ochrophyta and Chlorophyta. 193 infrageneric taxa: 84 Rhodophyta, 24 Ochrophyta and 85 Chlorophyta were accumulated. The species of macroalgae accumulated represents the 37% of the species known for Cuba until 2005, what demonstrates the high potential of seaweeds diversity that this archipelago and this bay have. The proportion of genera, family and orders for both areas was discussed.

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