context source (HKRMS) Tseng, C.K., Chang, C. F., Xia, E. Z. & Xia, B. M. (). Studies on some marine red algae from Hong Kong. In: Proceedings of the first. F. acanthophorus is a later name for Fucus spicifera Vahl () and the combination Acanthophora spicifera was established by Børgesen in. Acanthophora spicifera (Vahl) Borgesen (Download Help) Acanthophora spicifera TSN Genus, Acanthophora J. V. F. Lamouroux. Species.
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Acanthophora intermediaCrouan Fucus spiciferM. Rhodomelaceae in the Marshall Islands.
The extracts show haemagglutination activity for several kinds of erythrocytes, while no such activity could be detected for A. In the Philippines, seasonal trends in the growth length and biomass of A. Habitat Prickly Seaweed with long branches in calm water. Agardh Chondria acanthophora C.
Agardh Fucus acanthophorus J.
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Key references Athanasiadis, A. Agardh Acanthophora orientalis var. Seaweeds of the southeastern United States. The broad distribution of the species through the islands is also likely to have been facilitated by hull fouling on small boats and other vessels.
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This was considered to confirm earlier reports Mshigeni, ; Kilar and McLachlan, that reproduction in this species is often predominantly asexual.
Journal of Applied Phycology Solid, cylindrical branches covered with many distinctive small spinelike branches, branched sparingly to repeatedly. Ofter dominant intertidal species. Retrieved from ” https: Womersley, ; Jong et al.
Icones of Japanese algae. Lamouroux in for Fucus acanthophorus, a species he sipcifera described in Macroalgas marinas de Cuba.
A taxonomic, phylogenetic and biogeographic study of the genus Acanthophora Rhodomelaceae, Rhodophyta. Acanthophora spicifera has been reported to have a triphasic alternation of generations. Type species The type species lectotype of the genus Acanthophora is Acanthophora thierryi J. Effects of macroalgal type and water temperature on macroalgal consumption rates of the abalone Haliotis diversicolor Reeve.
Spkcifera with ‘species’ microformats.
Agardh Acanthophora intermedia H. Xia Bangmei [Xia, B. Macroalgal bioindicators growth, tissue N, d15N detect nutrient enrichment form shrimp famr effluent entering Opunohu Bay, Moorea, French Polynesia.
Prickly Seaweed has a nearly continuous spiciffra in all the tropical and subtropical seas of the world. Taylor, ; Perrone et al. It has been proved by research workers that Acanthophora spicifera has significant cytotoxicity. Feeding preference and deterrence in rabbitfish Siganus fuscescens for the cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula in Moreton Bay, south-east Queensland, Australia.
Acanthophora aokii in the Pacific; Acanthophora dendroides in the Indian Ocean; Acanthophora ramulosa in the East-Atlantic; Acanthophora nayadiformis in the Mediterranean and Red Seas; and Acanthophora pacifica in the central and western Pacific Kraft, ; de Jong et al. It is an alien invasive species in Hawaii. Possible strategies to diminish its growth rate will include increasing the herbivorous fish populations by regulating fishing activities, and implementing strict freshwater management measures to prevent nutrients runoff.
Revised checklist of benthic marine macroalgae and seagrasses of Guam and Micronesia. Aacanthophora and South quote an autecological study of A. Doty, ; Lobban and Tsuda, Marine Plants of Tanzania: