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Title: Biogeography of Lychnothamnus Barbatus (Characeae, Chlorophyta), with an Emphasis on the Specimen from Lanyu Island, Southeastern Taiwan, Including Morphological Comparison
Authors: Wang, Wei-Lung;Chou, Jui-Yu;Liu, Shao-Lun
Contributors: 生物學系
Keywords: rbcL sequence;Taiwan;Biogeography;Lychnothamnus barbatus
Date: 2004-08
Issue Date: 2013-03-12T01:51:47Z
Publisher: The Ecological Society of America (ESA)
Abstract: The genus, Lychnothamnus (Rupr.) Leohardi, charalean, is a fossil algae found in deposits from the Late Eocene to the Holocene. One species, Lychnothamnus barbatus is found in Taiwan, Europe, and Australia. The distribution of L. barbatus is attributed to animal dispersal from Australia to Taiwan, but the populations of Australia and Europe were isolated due to the break-up of Pangea during the Jurassic Period. The similarity of morphologic features, and nearly identical rbcL sequences in the three populations from Taiwan, Europe, and Australia, suggest the variations in the isolated populations may be due to thalli or oospore dispersal among the continents after plate tectonic activity separated the continents.
Relation: 2004 Annual Meeting of Ecological Society of America , Oregon, Portland, USA
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