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List of brown algal genera

This is a list of the orders, families and genera in the class Phaeophyceae — the brown algae.

Ascoseirales

Ascoseiraceae

Cutleriales

Cutleriaceae

  • Cutleria
  • Microzonia
  • Zanardinia

Desmarestiales

Arthrocladiaceae

  • Arthrocladia

Desmarestiaceae

  • Desmarestia
  • Himantothallus
  • 'Phaeurus

Dictyotales

Dictyotaceae

  • Dictyopteris
  • Dictyota
  • Dilophus
  • Distromium
  • Glossophora
  • Homoeostrichus
  • Lobophora
  • Lobospira
  • Newhousia
  • Pachydictyon
  • Padina
  • Spatoglossum
  • Stypopodium
  • Taonia
  • Zonaria

Scoresbyellaceae

  • Scoresbyella

Discosporangiales

Choristocarpaceae

  • Choristocarpus
  • Discosporangium

Ectocarpales

Acinetosporaceae

  • Acinetospora
  • Feldmannia
  • Geminocarpus
  • Hincksia
  • Pogotrichum
  • Pylaiella

Adenocystaceae

  • Adenocystis
  • Caepidium
  • Utriculidium

Chordariaceae

  • Acrothrix
  • Ascoseirophila
  • Asperococcus
  • Austrofilum
  • Chordaria
  • Cladosiphon
  • Corycus
  • Delamarea
  • Dictyosiphon
  • Elachista
  • Eudesme
  • Giraudia
  • Gononema
  • Halothrix
  • Haplogloia
  • Hecatonema
  • Heterosaundersella
  • Hummia
  • Isthmoplea
  • Laminariocolax
  • Laminarionema
  • Leathesia
  • Leptonematella
  • Litosiphon
  • Microspongium
  • Mikrosyphar
  • Myelophycus
  • Myriogloea
  • Myrionema
  • Myriotrichia
  • Papenfussiella
  • Petrospongium
  • Pleurocladia
  • Polytretus
  • Proselachista
  • Protectocarpus
  • Punctaria
  • Sauvageaugloia
  • Soranthera
  • Sorocarpus
  • Spermatochnus
  • Sphaerotrichia
  • Stictyosiphon
  • Streblonema
  • Striaria
  • Stschapovia
  • Tinocladia

Chordariopsidaceae

  • Chordariopsis

Ectocarpaceae

  • Asterocladon
  • Ectocarpus
  • Kuckuckia

Mesosporaceae

  • Mesospora

Myrionemataceae

  • Asterotrichia

Pylaiellaceae

  • Bachelotia

Fucales

Bifurcariopsidaceae

  • Bifurcariopsis

Durvillaeaceae

Fucaceae

Himanthaliaceae

  • Himanthalia

Hormosiraceae

Notheiaceae

  • Notheia

Sargassaceae

Seirococcaceae

  • Cystophaera
  • Marginariella
  • Phyllospora
  • Seirococcus

Ishigeales

Ishigeaceae

Laminariales

Akkesiphycaceae

  • Akkesiphycus

Alariaceae

  • Alaria
  • Aureophycus
  • Druehlia
  • Eualaria
  • Hirome
  • Lessoniopsis
  • Pleurophycus
  • Pterygophora
  • Undaria
  • Undariella
  • Undariopsis

Chordaceae

  • Chorda

Costariaceae

  • Agarum
  • Costaria
  • Dictyoneurum
  • Thalassiophyllum

Laminariaceae

Lessoniaceae

Pseudochordaceae

  • Pseudochorda

Nemodermatales

Nemodermataceae

Onslowiales

Onslowiaceae

  • Onslowia
  • Verosphacella

Ralfsiales

Neoralfsiaceae

  • Neoralfsia

Ralfsiaceae

  • Basispora
  • Hapalospongidion
  • Jonssonia
  • Lithoderma
  • Myrionemopsis
  • Petroderma
  • Porterinema
  • Pseudolithoderma
  • Ralfsia

Scytosiphonales

Chnoosporaceae

  • Chnoospora

Scytosiphonaceae

  • Colpomenia
  • Hydroclathrus
  • Petalonia
  • Rosenvingea
  • Scytosiphon
  • Bodanella
  • Coelocladia
  • Heribaudiella
  • Phaeostroma

Scytothamnales

Scytothamnaceae

  • Asteronema
  • Scytothamnus
  • Stereocladon

Splachnidiaceae

  • Splachnidium

Sphacelariales

Sphacelariaceae

  • Cladostephus
  • Sphacelaria
  • Sphacella

Stypocaulaceae

  • Alethocladus
  • Halopteris
  • Stypocaulon

Sporochnales

Sporochnaceae

  • Austronereia
  • Bellotia
  • Carpomitra
  • Encyothalia
  • Nereia
  • Perisporochnus
  • Perithalia
  • Sporochnema
  • Sporochnus
  • Tomaculopsis

Syringodermatales

Syringodermataceae

Tilopteridales

Halosiphonaceae

  • Halosiphon

Masonophycaceae

  • Masonophycus

Phyllariaceae

Stschapoviaceae

  • Stschapovia

Tilopteridaceae

  • Haplospora
  • Phaeosiphoniella
  • Tilopteris

Incertae sedis

  • Neoleptonema

Heterochordariaceae

  • Analipus

Phaeostrophionaceae

  • Phaeostrophion


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