Giffen: Diatoms of Saldssha Botanica Marina Vol. XIX, pp. 379-394,1976 A Further Account of the Marine Littoral Diatoms of the Saldanha Bay Lagoon, Cape Province South Africa M. H. Giffen University ofFortHare, Cape Province, South Africa (Received 10. 12. 75) 1. The diatom flora of several sampies from four stations on the shores of Saldanha Bay (South Africa) has been studied. 2. A number of species new to science are described, These are: Achnanthes navalis n. sp. Amphora ridicula n. sp. Navicula osterosa n. sp. Striatella aberrans n. sp. 3. Reference is made in the text to systematic details and comments. This paper deals with the continuation of an investigation of the marine littoral diatom flora of the Saldanha Bay Lagoon, situated on the west (Atlantic) coast of South Africa, about 110 km north of Cape Town. The author (Giffen 1975) recently published a description of the littoral diatoms from a single Station viz. "Sand Baai" near the village of Langebaan on the eastern shore of the Saldanha Bay Lagoon. The six sampies which were investigated proved to be very rieh in taxa, 214 species including two new combinations and sixteen new species being recorded. In view of
Botanica Marina – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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