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Two new melobesioid algae (Corallinales, Rhodophyta), Synarthrophyton robbenense sp. nov. and S. munimentum sp. nov., in South Africa and Namibia
(International Phycological Society, 1997)
Synarthrophyton robbenense sp. nov. and S. munimentum sp. nov., the fourth and fifth species in this apparently southern hemisphere genus, are described from southern Africa. Synarhrophyton robbenense occurs on rock and ...
Grafting an ATM network onto an existing ethernet network
Grafting an ATM network onto an existing Ethernet network is a non-trivial exercise in network configuration. The process of mating ATM technology to an Ethernet network without tampering the underlying backbone and network ...
Leptophytum foveatum Chamberlain & Keats (Rhodophyta, Corallinales) retaliates against overgrowth by other encrusting algae
The encrusting coralline alga, Leptophytum foveatum, is the most abundant crustose alga in the lower eulittoral zone at Yzerfontein and other exposed sites on the West Coast of South Africa. The surface of this species is ...
Clathromorphum tubiforme sp. nov. (Rhodophyta, Corallinaceae) in South Africa with Comments on Generic Characters
(Walter de Gruyter, 1995)
A nongeniculate, crustose coralline alga (Rhodophyta, Corallinaceae) from South Africa, is found growing epiphytically on fronds of species of the geniculate genus Ampiroa. Analysis of the vegetative and reproductive ...
Ecological significance of deep-layer sloughing in the eulittoral zone coralline alga, Spongites yendoi (Foslie) Chamberlain (Corallinaceae, Rhodophyta) in South Africa.
The crustose coralline alga Spongites yendoi (Foslie) Chamberlain (Corallinaceae, Rhodophyta) dominates the lower eulittoral zone along the South Coast of South Africa, together with the limpet Patella cochlear Born. This ...