Dasya patentissima (ceramiales, dasyaceae), a new species from the cabrera archipelago (balearic islands, eastern spain)
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Morphological studies on the genus Dasya (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta) in the western Mediterranean revealed the existence of a collection from the Balearic Islands (eastern Spain) that differed considerably from the known species in the genus. Evidence is provided to regard it as a new species, which here is named Dasya patentissima. Affinities and divergences to other Mediterranean species, namely, D. ocellata and D. hutchinsiae, are discussed and illustrated. © 2014 Magnolia Press.
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