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Algologia 2015, 25(4): 439–444
https://doi.org/10.15407/alg25.04.439
New Taxa and Noteworthy Records

The first finding of Chara rudis (A. Braun) Leonh. (Charales, Charophyta) in Ukraine

E.V. Borisova1 & D.N. Iakushenko2
Abstract

A new locality of Chara rudis has been found in the Ivano-Frankivsk Region (Ukrainian Carpathians) in summer 2008. It forms charophyte single-species meadows in a freshwater pond at a depth of 0.3–0.5 up to 1 m on silt but on solid substrate with a surface cover of 75–95%. It is the first finding of this alga in Ukraine. The specimens are described; distribution and ecology of C. rudis as well as its taxonomical status are discussed.

Keywords: Chara rudis, Charales, Ukrainian Carpathians, Ukraine

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