Silica-scaled chrysophytes in acid peat bogs of Bohemian Switzerland (Czech Republic) and Saxonian Switzerland (Germany)
Sixteen species of silica-scaled chrysophytes were identified from peat bogs in Bohemian and Saxonian Switzerland. Due to low pH-values the most common species were Mallomonas ouradion and Synura echinulata. Mallomonas adamas and M. mangofera f. foveata are new records for the Czech Republic and M. ouradion is a new record for Germany. Environmental requirements and biogeography are mentioned for selected species.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: May 1, 2004
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