The study of the algal flora of the White Sea in July 2009 recorded the brown alga Tinocladia crassa (Chordariaceae, Ectocarpales) for the first time at Kasyan Island (Kandalaksha Bay). Observations of 2010–2014 confirmed and extended the species habitat. The new location expands the idea of the distribution of the species, which was found earlier only in the Pacific Ocean.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 7, 2015
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