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Algologia 2016, 26(4): 387–402
https://doi.org/10.15407/alg26.04.387
Flora and Geography

Additional data of algae-macrophytes from south Sakhalin and the south Kuril Islands (Russia)

Evseeva N.V.
Abstract

The results of floristic investigations conducted in 1989–2015 were added to the list of algae macrophytes in the coastal zone of south Sakhalin and south Kuril Islands. Thirty-four new species of algae macrophytes for the south Kuril Islands and 23 new species for south Sakhalin were introduced. Totally 304 of benthic seaweeds are known in the littoral and upper sublittoral of the South Kuril Islands. Species composition of algal flora of the coastal zone of south-eastern Sakhalin (including Aniva Bay) includes 246 species.

Keywords: flora, seaweeds, marine algae, south Kuril Islands, south Sakhalin

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