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> Book ID: (073749)
> ICONOGRAPHIA DIATOMOLOGICA: Annotated Diatom Micrographs. Ed. by Horst Lange
> - Bertalot.Volume 06: Phytogeography - Diversity - Taxonomy. Lange -
> Bertalot, Horst and S. I. Genkal: Diatomeen aus Sibirien, I: Inseln im
> Arktischen Ozean (Yugorsky - Shar Strait) / Diatoms from Siberia, I: Islands
> in the Arctic Ocean (Yugorsky - Shar Strait). 1998. appproximately 1000
> micrographs on 77 plates. Approx. 280 p. gr8vo. Hardcover. (ISBN
> 3-87429-406-4) 180.00 DM/US $113.00
> In the press. Expected end 1998. Orders will be recorded.- Various freshwater
> habitats, some slightly under brackish water influence, have been
> investigated from Vaigach Island, Mestnyi Island, Matveev Island and the
> Yugorsky Peninsula in north - west Siberia. In only 17 samples with
> obviously different water quality conditions 490 taxa or "Sippen" (i.e.
> morphodemes currently having no formal taxonomic rank), were found in this
> very small area of the Arctic. Evaluating the 490 taxa from taxonomical and
> phytogeographical points of view the following results have been obtained: -
> 345 taxa (ca. 70%) occur in Central Europe. They therefore represent either
> cosmopolitan or floral elemnts with a wider distribution in the holarctic
> kingdom - 159 taxa (ca. 30%) or taxonomically undefined but probable species
> were found in the studied region, but are in the checklist (LANGE-BERTALOT
> 1996) of Central Europe - 42 (from 159) are described here as new species
> (subspecies) - 14 other ones are trasnferred from their original taxonomic
position as nov. comb. or nov. stat. - 6 taxa are recognised as abvious new
species but will formally be
> described by KRAMMER later in connection with a comprehensive revision of
> the genera CYMBELLA (sensu lato) and DIPLONEIS - 25 are very probably new
> species, they are marked in table 2 as "(?nov.) spec." - 43 could not be
> positively identified as known species, but may prove to be new species
> after further study - Neidiopsis Lange-Bertalot & Metzeltin is described as
> a new genus, with type species Neidiopsis vekhovii, a new species that was
> combined provisionally with Neidium (LANGE - BERTALOT et al. 1999). Navicula
> levanderi Hustedt var. levanderi and var. tatrensis Bily & Marvan are
> trasferred to Neidiopsis.
> Book ID: (072899)
> PERESTENKO, L. P.: The red algae of the Far - Eastern seas of Russia.
> 1994.illustr. 330 p. Hardcover.- In Russian, with Latin nomenclature and
> English summary and annotations. 128.00 DM/US $80.00
> Full descriptions, catalogue, keys, etc. Nine genera and 27 species have been
> described as new to science. - A basic book.
> Book ID: (073918)
> VERMA, B. N. (ED.); ADVANCES IN PHYCOLOGY. 1998.
> ILLUSTR. 392 P.: 90.00 DM/US $56.00
> Twentyfive review articles on morphology, physiology, and ecology of algae.
> Includes modern lines of research, e.g. cytotaxonomy, allelopathy,
> microbiological biotechnology.
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