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First record of the alien alga Antithamnion amphigeneum (Rhodophyta) in the Adriatic Sea

AuthorsMačić, Vesna; Ballesteros, Enric
KeywordsAdriatic Sea
Antithamnion amphigeneum
Non-native alga
Issue Date2016
PublisherInstitute of Oceanography and Fisheries (Split, Croatia)
CitationActa Adriatica 57(2): 315-320 (2016)
AbstractWe report on the alien red alga Antithamnion amphigeneum from the coast of the Adriatic Sea, which represents the easternmost distribution record in the Mediterranean. Being A. amphigeneum a small filamentous alga, it can be easily overlooked therefore it is probably more widespread. Further surveys on Montenegro and other Mediterranean areas – mainly in harbors and other polluted places - will provide more accurate information on its current distribution.
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Publisher version (URL)http://jadran.izor.hr/acta/pdf/57_2_pdf/57_2_10.pdf
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