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Rhodothamniella floridula

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Habit
Photo by: Kjersti Sj√łtun
Location: Kviturdvikpollen, Hordaland
Verified by Jan Rueness
Sampling date: 2007-09-29
Published: 2008-12-11

Many specimens grow together

This species is very rare in Norway, and has been found in a few warm water polls. It is small, uniseriate and relatively sparsely and irregularly branched, and it is normally turf-forming with many specimens growing together. A characteristic feature is the presence of pyrenoids in the cells.




Branching pattern
Photo by: Kjersti Sj√łtun
Location: Kviturdvikpollen, Hordaland
Photo is showing (categorized): Branching pattern
Verified by Jan Rueness
Sampling date: 2007-09-29
Published: 2008-12-11

Uniseriate structure and sparse, irregular branching




Tetrasporangia
Photo by: Kjersti Sj√łtun
Location: Kviturdvikpollen, Hordaland
Photo is showing (categorized): Tetrasporangium
Verified by Jan Rueness
Sampling date: 2007-09-29
Published: 2008-12-11

Two tetrasporangia on short stalks, tetrasporangia are cruciate




Cell structure
Photo by: Kjersti Sj√łtun
Location: Kviturdvikpollen, Hordaland
Photo is showing (categorized): Cells
Verified by Jan Rueness
Sampling date: 2007-09-29
Published: 2008-12-11

Each cell has several plastids, each with a conspicuous, round pyrenoid



 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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