Validation of names of four Hawaiian species of Codium (Chlorophyta)
The names of four recently described Hawaiian species of Codium are validated by reference to the original descriptions and illustrations together with the designation of holotypes. The four validated names are Codium campanulatum, C. desultorium, C. hawaiiense, and C. intermedium. Three species (C. desultorium, C. hawaiiense, and C. intermedium) are known only from relatively deep water (45–90 m) in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands while C. campanulatum is known only from depths of 56–186 m off Moloka'i and Maui.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2014
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