Received 26 February 1990. Accepted 30 August 1990.
SYSTEMATICS OF ANADYOMENE SPECIES (ANADYOMENACEAE, CHLOROPHYTA) IN THE TROPICAL WESTERN ATLANTIC1
Article first published online: 27 OCT 2004
Journal of Phycology
Volume 27, Issue 1, pages 101–118, February 1991
How to Cite
Littler, D. S. and Littler, M. M. (1991), SYSTEMATICS OF ANADYOMENE SPECIES (ANADYOMENACEAE, CHLOROPHYTA) IN THE TROPICAL WESTERN ATLANTIC. Journal of Phycology, 27: 101–118. doi: 10.1111/j.0022-3646.1991.00101.x
We thank B. L. Brooks for valuable field, library, and laboratory assistance throughout this project and J. B. Piraino, W. D. Lee, and S. A. Reed for field and SEM assistance. We sincerely appreciate V. A. Funk's expertise in helping with the cladistic interpretations. Gratitude is extended to B. E. Lapointe and W. Fenical for inviting us to participate on their NSF-sponsored cruises to Puerto Rico and Martinique, H. E. Robinson for the Latin translations, D. H. Nicolson for assistance in interpreting the rules of botanical nomenclature, and P. C. Silva for nomenclatural assistance and an extremely helpful review. We are grateful for the invitation by D. L. Ballantine to participate in the Distinguished Visiting Scientist lecture series that allowed us to collect important living Puerto Rican material. Special thanks go to D. L. Ballantine, P. S. Dixon, M. D. Hanisak, S. Fredericq, and H. E. Robinson, whose helpful comments greatly improved this paper. Fieldwork was supported by grants from the Smithsonian Marine Station at Link Port, Florida, ably directed by M. E. Rice (SMS Contribution #257), the Research Opportunities Fund of the Smithsonian Institution, and the Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystem Program of the National Museum of Natural History (CCRE Contribution #310).
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