Bryopsidella

Bryopsidella
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Chlorophyta
Class: Bryopsidophyceae
Order: Bryopsidales
Family: Bryopsidaceae
Genus: Bryopsidella
(Berthold) H. Rietema
Species[1]

B. neglecta
(Berthold 1880) Rietema 1975
B. ostreobiformis
Calderón-Sáenz & Schnetter

In taxonomy, Bryopsidella is a genus of algae, specifically of the Bryopsidaceae.[1]

References

External links

Scientific references

  • PubMed references for Bryopsidella
  • PubMed Central references for Bryopsidella
  • Google Scholar references for Bryopsidella

Scientific databases

  • NCBI taxonomy page for Bryopsidella
  • Search Tree of Life taxonomy pages for Bryopsidella
  • Search Species2000 page for Bryopsidella
  • AlgaeBase
  • AlgaTerra database
  • Index Nominum Genericorum
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