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CERAMIALES (RHODOPHYTA) DO LITORAL SUL DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO E DO LITORAL DO ESTADO DO PARANÃ (BRASIL) / CERAMIALES (RHODOPHYTA) FROM PARANÁ AND SOUTHERN PART OF SÃO PAULO STATE (BRAZIL)

Yumiko Ugadim
Boletim de Botânica da Universidade de São Paulo
Vol. 4 (1976), pp. 133-171
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42871356
Page Count: 39
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CERAMIALES (RHODOPHYTA) DO LITORAL SUL DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO E DO LITORAL DO ESTADO DO PARANÃ (BRASIL) / CERAMIALES (RHODOPHYTA) FROM PARANÁ AND SOUTHERN PART OF SÃO PAULO STATE (BRAZIL)
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Abstract

O trabalho se refere ao estudo de 29 espécies da ordem Ceramiales (Rhodophyta) do litoral do Estado de São Paulo e do litoral do Estado do Paraná (desde Itanhaém 24° 10' S., 46° 47' 30" W. até Ilha do Saí 25° 59' S., 48° 36' W.). Apresentamos a lista das espécies encontradas e descrições detalhadas das espécies pouco conhecidas, com ilustrações de estruturas que consideramos importantes. Para cada género há uma chave dicotomica para identificação de espécies. A ocorrência de Caloglossa ogasawaraensis é citada pela primeira vez para o litoral brasileiro. The paper deals with the benthic Rhodophyta (Ceramiales) from the southern coast of São Paulo State and the coast ot Paraná State (from 24° 10'S., 46° 47' 30" W. to 25° 59' S., 48° 36' W.) It presents 29 species of Ceramiales with descriptions and illustrations of the little known species of the Brazilian coast. Artificial dichotomous keys for identification of Species are also given. The species Caloglossa ogasawaraensis is reported for the first time for the Brazilian coast.

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