Registration Id: http://phycobank.org/100628

Event: new name, new nomenclatural type

Sanguina nivaloides Procházková, Leya & Nedbalová in FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95(6): 13, fig. 2-4. 17.6.2019
Holotype: Norway, Svalbard, Nathorst Land, Steep snow field surrounded by moss vegetation and rocks, stretching down northwest to sea level from Mount Midterhuken (760 m a.s.l.), southwest of Mariasundet between Bellsund and Van Mijenfjorden, alt. 15 m, 77°39'44.298"N, 14°48'58.903"E, 4.8.2010, T. Leya & G. Weithoff 004/10 (B 40 0043192). http://herbarium.bgbm.org/object/B400043192
Isotype: Norway, Svalbard, Nathorst Land, Steep snow field surrounded by moss vegetation and rocks, stretching down northwest to sea level from Mount Midterhuken (760 m a.s.l.), southwest of Mariasundet between Bellsund and Van Mijenfjorden, alt. 15 m, 77°39'44.298"N, 14°48'58.903"E, 4.8.2010, T. Leya & G. Weithoff 004/10 (B GT 0024094). http://herbarium.bgbm.org/object/BGT0024094
Paratype: Norway, Svalbard, Nathorst Land, northeastern part of Doktorbreen, alt. 430 m, 77°34'N, 16°53'59.999"E, 4.6.2004, T. Leya 013–01/04 (CCCryo RS 0003–2004).
published in: Procházková, L., Leya, T., Křížková, H. & al., Sanguina nivaloides and Sanguina aurantia gen. et spp. nov. (Chlorophyta): The taxonomy, phylogeny, biogeography and ecology of two newly recognised algae causing red and orange snow. in FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95(6): 1-24. 2019

Registration on 2019-06-17 16:44:20