Cladophoropsis sundanensis   Reinbold,  1905 (Algae)
Organism information awaits expert curation
Taxonomy
Kingdom:Plantae
Phylum:Chlorophyta
Class: Ulvophyceae
Order:Siphonocladales
Family:Boodleaceae

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Description
Color: Light green

Plants tufted forming small clumps, filaments soft, 2 cm high, primary axis is not distinct, branching unilateral with irregular septation, cells 50-178 μm in diameter, mostly 2-8 times as long as broad, apex obtuse; rhizoids and lateral tenacula rare.


Synonym (s)
Siphonocladus fasciculatus Kjellman, 1897
(Heterotypic synonym)
Cladophoropsis fasciculata (Kjellman) Wille, 1910
(Heterotypic synonym)
Siphonocladus sundanensis (Reinbold) Reinbold, 1913
(Homotypic synonym)
Cladophoropsis carolinensis Trono, 1971
(Heterotypic synonym)

Common Name (s)
Economic Importance and Threats

Ecology
Habitat:  Coastal

Biogeography


• Maharashtra, Mumbai (Lat: 18.98) (Long: 72.83) INDIA
• Gujarat, Dwarka Coast (Lat: 22.23) (Long: 68.97) INDIA
• Gujarat, Veraval (Lat: 20.9) (Long: 70.37) INDIA
• Gujarat, Saurashtra (Lat: 21.97) (Long: 70.5) INDIA
• Maharashtra INDIA
• Gujarat, Jalleshwar shore (Lat: 20.9) (Long: 70.37) INDIA
• Kerala, Tangasseri INDIA (Record: 06/2003-05/2004)
• Kerala, Thirumullavaram INDIA (Record: 06/2003-05/2004)
• Kerala, Neendakara INDIA (Record: 06/2003-05/2004)
• Kerala, Ashtamudi Estuary INDIA (Record: 06/2003-05/2004)
• INDIA
• Java INDONESIA
• MALDIVES
• MAURITIUS
• SEYCHELLES
• TANZANIA

Literature Source(s)
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