Arbeitsgruppe Characeen Deutschlands

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Typ-Material der Characeen Deutschlands

Chara aspera C. L. WILLDENOW 1809

Lamprothamnium hansenii (SONDER 1890) CORILLION 1957

Chara baltica BRUZELIUS 1824 Lamprothamnium papulosum (WALLROTH) J. GROVES 1916
Chara baueri A. BRAUN 1847
Chara braunii C. C. GMELIN 1826

Lychnothamnus barbatus (MEYEN 1827) LEONHARDI 1863

Chara canescens DESVAUX et LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS in LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS 1810
Chara connivens SALZMANN ex BRAUN 1835

Nitella capillaris (KROCKER 1814) J. GROVES et BULLOCK-WEBSTER 1920

Chara contratria A. BRAUN ex KÜTZING 1845 Nitella confervacea BRÉBISSON) A. BRAUN ex LEONHARDI 1863
Chara filiformis HERTSCH 1855 Nitella flexilis (LINNAEUS 1753) C. A. AGARDH 1824
Chara fragifera DURIEU DE MAISONNEUVE 1859 Nitella gracilis (J. E. SMITH 1810) C. A. AGARDH 1824
Chara galioides DECANDOLLE 1813 Nitella hyalina DECANDOLLE in LAMARCK et DECANDOLLE 1815) C. A. AGARDH 1824
Chara globularis THUILLIER 1799 Nitella mucronata (A. BRAUN 1834) MIQUEL in VAN HALL 1840 em. WALLMAN 1853

Chara hispida (LINNAEUS 1753) HARTMAN 1820 - Chara major VAILLANT 1719

Nitella opaca ( BRUZELIUS 1824) C. A. AGARDH 1824

Chara intermedia A. BRAUN in BRAUN, RABENHORST et STITZENBERGER 1859 Nitella syncarpa (THUILLIER 1799) CHEVALLIER 1827
Chara polyacantha A. BRAUN in BRAUN, RABENHORST et STITZENBERGER 1859 Nitella tenuissima (DESVAUX 1809) KÜTZING 1843
Chara rudis A. BRAUN 1857
Chara strigosa A. BRAUN 1847 Nitellopsis obtusa (DESVAUX in LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS 1810) J. GROVES 1919
Chara tenuispina A. BRAUN 1835

Chara tomentosa LINNAEUS 1753

Tolypella glomerata (DESVAUX et LOISELEUR-DESLONCHAMPS in LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS 1810) LEONHARDI 1863

Chara virgata KÜTZING 1834 Tolypella intricata (TRENTEPOHL ex ROTH 1797) LEONHARDI 1863
Chara vulgaris LINNAEUS 1753 Tolypella nidifica (O. MÜLLER) A. BRAUN 1856
Tolypella prolifera (ZIZ ex A. BRAUN 1834) LEONHARDI 1863

Chara aspera C. L. WILLDENOW 1809

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 203):
-a) DETHARDING, Habita in Baralieu Megapolitana (B, herb. WILLDENOW) original material, (no holotype ! ! !) of Chara aspera of which the large, fertile specimens selected lectotype per WOOD, 08.1956; other 3 fragmentary mounts are labeled as "in lacu subsalso prope mare Baltica unweit Warnemünde" wich may suggest a Baltic locality for the lectotype; type 11 cm high, tufted, ?, spine cells 1 - 2 x axis diameter in length

Chara baltica BRUZELIUS 1824

Type material: (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 150f.):
-a) Coll.? [possibly C. A. AGARDH]. [In freto Öresundico (AGARDH 1824: xxviii)] (LD) as Chara firma, consists of two parts of which the right-hand one is Chara aspera C. L. WILLDENOW, and the left one is Chara baltica BRUZELIUS and selected as lectotype of Chara firma, per WOOD, 08.1956
-b) Coll.? [possibly NOLTE], 07.1824, Schleswig bei Mining, Kiel (L, No. 936…220) as Chara baltica Herb. KÜTZING No. 28 annotated as Chara baltica ß breviarticulata [published as breviaculeata], written by KÜTZING, as Chara tomentosa var. incrusta, NOLTE?, as Chara nolteana mihi BRAUN 1840, selected lectotype of Chara nolteana, per WOOD, 08.1956
-c) Dr. C. STENHAMMAR, 1816, Från Bôda hamn. Öland (S 90308) as Chara baltica FRIES, selected lectotype of Chara baltica per WOOD, March 1959, because of BRUZELIUS (1824: 11) report form Öland and citation of "FRIES" as author

Chara baueri A. BRAUN 1847

often used synonyme: Chara scoparia BAUER ex REICHENBACH 1829 (nom. illeg., non CHEVALLIER 1827) (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 319.):
-a) Coll.?, Lankwitz bei Berlin (L, No. 4.936.298...2), as C. scoparia; annotated "Chara (scoparia) Baueri mihi, A. Braun 1840"; one mount is annotated "Charopsis scoparia" in Kützing's script and is marked "Herb. Kützing"; selectet of neotype of C. scoparia Bauer by Wood, 20.VIII.1956
-b) Bauer, In Thonigen Teichen bei Lankwitz und Weissensee in der Gegend von Berlin (herb.?) as holotype of C. scoparia, not found by Wood, further information in Reichenbach (1829: 1596)

Chara braunii C. C. GMELIN 1826

Type material (according to WOOD et IMAHORI, p. 262):
-a) Alex. Braun, 1820, In fossis aquaticis prope Rentheim et Scheibenhart, circa Carlsruhe (herb.?), holotype of C. braunii, apperently lost (see Gmelin 1826: 646)
-b) Maliverni, summer 1856, Prope Oldenico, Braun, Rabenhorst et Stitzenberger Char. Exs. No. 10 as C. caronata [typogr. error from "coronata"] var. Braunii (NY) as neotype of C. braunii per Wood, 19.I.1959
-c) Spilimberto, Ex Ducatu Mutinesi [Modena?] (herb.), holotype of C. cortiana, not examinated by Wood, for further details see Bertoloni 1854: 16
-d) Botheri, In fossis insulae Lesina, comm. A. Stalio (herb.?), holotype of Charopsis stalii, not examinated by Wood, for further details see Visiani 1852: 334

Chara canescens DESVAUX et LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS in LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS 1810

–a) Coll. ?, (herb.?) holotype of Chara sphagnoides, not found, see Griffith 1849: fig. 2, pl. 63, wich is doubtless Chara canescens
–b) Bunge, 07.1826, im südlichen Teile des Altaigebirges in einem kleinen See…am rechten Ufer des Flusses Kan. (herb.?) syntype of Chara altaica, not found, see Braun et Nordstedt 1882: 149 (not found in B, GFW)
–d) Coll. ?, in stagno Kölmensi uberrime, passim quoque ad Wansleben (herb.?) holotype of Chara crinita, could not be found in 1956 by Wood (not in B, GFW)

Chara connivens SALZMANN ex BRAUN 1835

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 177):
-a) DURIEU, VI.1842, in einem See mit schwachsalzigem Wasser in einer Tiefe von 30 - 50 cent, Oran (herb.?) holotype of Chara connivens var. duriaei, could not be located by WOOD (1965 ; 177) (see BRAUN 1867 : 927)
-b) SALZMANN, 1819, bei Tanger (B?), holotype of Chara connivens, destroyed? (see BRAUN 1867: 929)
-c) SALZMANN, Tanger (PC), possibly isotype, selected neotype of Chara connivens per WOOD, 28.VIII.1956

Chara contratria A. BRAUN ex KÜTZING 1845

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 93):
-a) BRAUN, 1839, Carlsruhe (L) annotated "Chara (foetida) contraria mihi" BRAUN, annotated "Chara contraria 21, Herb. KÜTZING" original material of Chara contraria, and consists of 8 specimen of which one labeled "f. macroteles" was selected as lectotype per WOOD, 09.IV.1958, with a note by BRAUN: "von vulgaris hauptsächlich im Verhalten der Rindenröhrchen der Stengel unterschieden." (WOOD 1965: Icon 7, KI 59-4-8)

Chara filiformis HERTSCH 1855

Type material (according to WOOD et IMAHORI, p. 113):
-a) H. Hertsch. Angermünde, im Paarstein-See, Rabenhorst, Die Algen Sachsens (Exs.) No. 478 as "C. filiformis sp. nov." [without description] (FC) isotype, a fragmentary specimen

Chara fragifera DURIEU DE MAISONNEUVE 1859

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 178):
-a) DURIEU, 08.VII.1855, Très abundant mais tout à fait detruit. Étangs de Cazau ["Cazeau" fide CORILLION 1957: 245] à Cazau (Gironde) (PC) as Chara fragifera, of 3 specimen on the sheet the top left was selected as lectotype by WOOD, 27.VIII.1956, typical, but fragile, immature material, bulbils to 2500µm in diameter
-b) FERREIRA, VI.1880, Carregal da Sal [Baixo Alentejo] (COI) as Chara trichophylla, holotype, det. KÜTZING, annotated as Chara fragifera by NORDSTEDT (1882: 180)

Chara galioides DECANDOLLE 1813

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 207):
-a) DECANDOLLE, V.1813, in fossis aquae subdulcis cum Zannichellia ["Zanichellia"] in Occitania maritima (herb.?) holotype of Chara galioides, not found by WOOD (DECANDOLLE 1815: 246) (not found in B, GFW)
-b) Coll.? [possibly DECANDOLLE] Des mares près de la mer à Montpellier (G) ex herb. Moricand as "Chara galioides Dec. Cat. Hort. Monsp.", one specimen makred "communique par DE CANDOLLE" is selected as lectotype per WOOD, 13.XII. 1959, occasional fasciculate spine-cells

Chara globularis THUILLIER 1799

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 174f.):
-a) THUILLIER(L) as C. globularis (written by PERSOON, according to ZANEVELD 1940: 192); annotated C. fragilis f. Hedwigii in BRAUN's script; annotated "most probably a cotype, C. globularis" by ZANEVELD, 15.XII.1939, presumably lectotype of C. globularis selected by ZANEVELD and followed by WOOD
-b) [DESVAUX?] Hab. In Galia (PC ex herb. DESVAUX) as Chara capillacea selected as lectotype of Chara capillacea per WOOD, 29.VIII.1956
-c) SMITH, Flora von Halle (L) as Chara pulchella WAHLROTH ex herb. FRIES selected neotype of Chara pulchella per WOOD, 20.VIII.1956

Chara hispida (LINNAEUS 1753) HARTMAN 1820 - Chara major VAILLANT 1719

Type material (according to WOOD et IMAHORI, p. 143):
-a) Langeron, Dans la calcaire de la Côte d'Or (herb.?), lectotype of C. major VAILLANT ex HY, not examinated by WOOD, ref. HY 1914: 241

Chara intermedia A. BRAUN in BRAUN, RABENHORST et STITZENBERGER 1859

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 146f.):
-a) BULNHEIM, VII.1858, im salzigen See bei Halle ~ BRAUN, RABENHORST et STIZENBERGER Char. Exs. No. 46 as Chara intermedia f. minuta, papillata, elongata, longifolia (NY, FC), duplicates of syntypes of Chara intermedia. In lieu of specified type WOOD selected the Chicago (FC) specimen as lectotype of Chara intermedia (WOOD 1965: Icon 47) (KI-59-1-13) [syntype of lectotype GFW 19139, 19140]

Chara polyacantha A. BRAUN in BRAUN, RABENHORST et STITZENBERGER 1859

Type material (according to WOOD et IMAHORI, p. 138):
-a) Coll.?, Bei Halle (L), holotype [?] of C. pedunculata in Kützings script, annotated C. aculeolata, det. ?, small, c. 15 cm high, abundant spine-cells 2 - 3 times branchlet diameter in length, fasciculate (3 - 4)
-b) O. Bulnheim, 14.VI.1859, In salzigen Gräben zwischen Langenbogen und Wansleben bei Halle, Braun, Rabenhorst et Stitzenberger Char. Exs. No. 48 as C. polyacantha, is Braun's "type" of C. polyacantha (NY), incrusted

Chara rudis A. BRAUN 1857

Type material (according to WOOD et IMAHORI, p. 145):
-a) C. Stitzenberger, 1856, In einem Teiche bei Konstanz, Braun Rabenhorst et Stitzenberger Char. Exs. No. 4 aus Chara hispida var. rudis (NY) selected as lectotype per WOOD 21.XII. 1959, Icon 40, KI 59-5-8

Chara strigosa A. BRAUN 1847

Type material (according to WOOD et IMAHORI, p. 208):
-a) Gay, (PC?), holotype of C. strigosa, not found by Wood in 1956
-b) Braun, VIII - IX.1869, In Thumsee bei Reichenhall, Braun, Rabenhorst et Stitzenberger Char. Exs. No. 92 as C. strigosa (NY) selected neotype of C. strigosa by Wood, 14.II.1959, and marked "a" (Icon 83), (KI 58-5-8)

Chara tenuispina A. BRAUN 1835

Type material (according to WOOD et IMAHORI, p. 209):
-a) A. Braun & G. Engelmann, 1827, In einer sandigen Grube bei Rheinhausen im badischen Unterland (B?) syntype of C. tenuispina, not examinated by Wood, possibly destroyed (see label of Braun, Rabenhorst et Stitzenberger Char. Exs. No. 74a)
-b) A. Braun, In Torflöchern auf Wiesen in Spandau, Braun, Rabenhorst et Stitzenberger Char. Exs. No. 74a as C. tenuispina (NY) selected neotype in absence of original syntypes ore type collection, and because this is a widely distributed exsiccata, per Wood, II.1959 (Icon 84, except spore) (KI 58-5-7-1)
-c) Ducros (Herb.?) syntype of C. tenuispina, not found by Wood, for details see Braun 1835: 68

Chara tomentosa LINNAEUS 1753

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 70f.):
-a) Coll.? [possibly HARTMANN] (LINN No. 1088.1) as "HARTMAN -. tomentosa original spec. VAILL. Act. t. 5, f. 8?" holotype of Chara tomentosa, typical specimen, 21 cm high, axis stout, spine cells solitary and geminate, inflated, apiculate
-b) BULNHEIM, 1856, Wansleben (FC) as Chara ceratophylla with note by BRAUN: "vom WALLROTHschen Fundorte", selected as neotype of Chara ceratophylla by WOOD, 13.III.1959
-c) KUNTH, im Tegeler See Berolini (B, herb. WILLDENOW 17101), holotype of Chara latifolia, annotated Chara ceratophylla ß macrophylla f. incompacta (humilior), left hand specimen selected as lectotype of Chara latifolia per WOOD, 13.VIII.1956, is a typical, small secimen of Chara tomentosa, 8,5 cm high, axis c. 1400µm in diameter, spine-cells solitary and inflated [syntype of holo- and lectotype GFW 31631]

Chara virgata KÜTZING 1834

often used synonyme: Chara delicatula C. A. AGARDH 1824 (nom. illeg., non DESVAUX in LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS 1810 = Chara aspera C. L. WILLDENOW) (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 184f.):
-a) Coll.?, 17.VI.1833, GLÜCKHOFF, Moore bei Boren, as "Calothrix?" (L) as Chara globularis f. virgata, annotated "Chara fragilis ß virgata 3 Ex" herb. KÜTZING in KÜTZINGs script, annotated Chara virgata KÜTZING by BRAUN 1840, annotated holotype of Chara virgata, and the upper one selected as lectotype per WOOD, stout, 1 tier of visible stipulodes [Incorrectness by WOOD: If selecting lectotype no holotype can be exist! Therefore exact citation must be: Coll.?, 17.VI.1833, GLÜCKHOFF, Moore bei Boren, as "Calothrix?" (L) as Chara globularis f. virgata, annotated "Chara fragilis ß virgata 3 Ex" herb. KÜTZING in KÜTZINGs script, annotated Chara virgata KÜTZING by BRAUN 1840, original material of Chara virgata, and the upper one selected as lectotype per WOOD, stout, 1 tier of visible stipulodes]

Chara vulgaris LINNAEUS 1753

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 84):
-a) Coll.? [possibly LINNÉ] (LINN 1088.3) herb. Linnaeus as "2. vulgaris" selected as lectotype of Chara vulgaris per WOOD. VI. 1956 ( the second sheet lebeled "vulgaris" is Chara globularis THUILLIER), sexually immature, c. 9 cm high, aulacanthous, 2-cort., spine cells ¼ as long as axis diameter, posterior bract-cells obscure, bracteols to 3000 µm long, gametangia conjoined

Lamprothamnium hansenii (SONDER 1890) CORILLION 1957

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 341):
-a) SONDER, im Drei bei Flensburg, in 1,0 - 1,5 m Tiefe auf tiefschlammigen Boden (Salzwasser), tangled material, fertile but immature, doubtless from syntype collection, in lieu of other types selected lectotype of Lamprothamnium hansenii (PC) by WOOD, I.1959,
after investigations in KIEL the original material of SONDER is conserved, further information are comming soon

Lamprothamnium papulosum (WALLROTH) J. GROVES 1916

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 336):
-a) NIELSEN, 08.IX.1869, in den Bruchten des Großen Belt, bei Glonö [typogr. error from Glanœ] in Seeland ~ BRAUN, RABENHORST et STITZENBERGER Char. Exs. No. 81 as Chara alopecuroides var. Wallrothii (NY), has round white bulbils, upper parts forming foxtail, selected neotype of Chara papulosa WALLROTH per WOOD, 27.I.1957 (syntype of neotype in GFW)

Lychnothamnus barbatus (MEYEN 1827) LEONHARDI 1863

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 347, Icon 167):
-a) Bennet 1828, In lacu "Potzensee" [typogr. error from Plötzensee] vicinia Berol. locus classic (NY) as Lych. barbatus, excellent, with large, mature (?) oospores; in lieu of Meyen's types, this topotype is selected as neotype per Wood, 08.II. 1960

Nitella capillaris (KROCKER 1814) J. GROVES et BULLOCK-WEBSTER 1920

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 418):
-a) A. Fryer et H. et J. Groves, 25.V.1885. In an old fen ditch, The Washes, near Sutton, Cambridgeshire, Groves, Char. Brit. Exs. No. 30 as N. capitata (NY), huge specimen 50 cm high, photographed by T. F. Allen; neotype selected by WOOD 15.II.1960

Nitella confervacea BRÉBISSON) A. BRAUN ex LEONHARDI 1863

often used synonyme: Nitella tenuissima (THUILLIER acc. Reichenbach 1830) A. BRAUN 1847 (nom. illeg., non WEISS 1770 = Batrachospermum moniliforme fide H. et J. Groves 1890, nec THUILLIER 1799 = Chara vulgaris LINNAEUS 1753 fide H. et J. Groves 1880) (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 618f.):
-a) Coll.? [Brébisson?], Etang de Vrigny, près d'Argentan (herb.) holotype of Nitella gracilis var. confervacea BRÉBISSON (1849: 338), (see Migula 1897 : 184, who stated that the data given very simply "Falaise"), not seen by WOOD

Nitella flexilis (LINNAEUS 1753) C. A. AGARDH 1824

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 381):
-a) M. ROSTOCK, April-Mai 1866, in der Oberlausitz in einer mit tiefem Wasser angefüllten Torfgrube bei Dretschen bei Seitschen, ~BRAUN, RABENHORST et STIZENBERGER Char. Exs. Nr. 54 as N. flexilis (NY), annotated as neotype per WOOD at 11.11.1958 (isotype of neotype in GFW)
-b) BUDDLE, In ponds about Henly not far from Ipswich in Suffolk (BM) in herb. RAY (R. H. 130) of the SLOAN-Herbarium [often abbreviated "H. S."], heavily fertile, the fertile parts appearing somewhat clustered or subcapitate, not forming tue heads (see RAY 1724: 133, for reference to this specimen as"Chara translucens minor flexilis", J. GROVES et BULLOCK-WEBSTER, 1920: 101, who refered this to Nitella opaca, and WOOD, 1960: 224, pl. 4, fig. 3, where it is designated lectotype of Chara flexilis L.
-c) ?, Linneaen herbar, further informations lacking

Nitella gracilis (J. E. SMITH 1810) C. A. AGARDH 1824

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 607f.):
-a) W. BORRER, (June?), St. Leonhard's Forest (BM) ex herb. E. FORSTER as C. gracilis, possible isotype; 1 mount with 2 large fragments, monoecious, c. 4.5 cm high,banded incrusted, axes to 465 µm in diameter, internodes ½ - 1 times branchlet length, dactyls apparently 2- and 3-celled, gamentangia immature

Nitella hyalina DE CANDOLLE in LAMARCK et DE CANDOLLE 1815) C. A. AGARDH 1824

Type material: (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 660):
-a) RUPRECHT?, in salt water of the Narym-river, a tributary of the Irtish R., Songaria [= Zungaria] (herb.?, LE?) holotype of Chara condensata RUPRECHT (see WALLMANN 1853: 24)

Nitella mucronata (A. BRAUN 1834) MIQUEL in VAN HALL 1840 em. WALLMAN 1853

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 504):
-a) Apoth. JACK, Okt. 1858, Auf losen abgestorbenen Vegetabilien aufsitzend, das steinige Bassin eine Springbrunnens ganz ausfüllend, Salem, ~ BRAUN, RABENHORST et STIZENBERGER Char. Exs. No. 30, as N. mucronata (NY), normal habit, selected neotype of Chara mucronata per Wood, 16.III.1960 [syntype of neotype GFW 19147]
-b) Coll.?, in Gräben bei Eilenburg in Sachsen (herb.? L?) holotype of Nitella flabellata (ref. KÜTZING 1843: 318)

Nitella opaca ( BRUZELIUS 1824) C. A. AGARDH 1824

Type material: The original material has not been located (WOOD 1965: 382)

Nitella syncarpa (THUILLIER 1799) CHEVALLIER 1827

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 415):
-a) F. FÖRSTER, K. KOPP, 20.VIII.1891, in Nebenwassern des Rheines am Isteiner Klotz auf felsigem Grunde ~ MIGULA, SYDOW et WAHLSTEDT Char. Exs. No. 1 as N. syncarpa (NY) selected neotype of C. syncarpa THUILLIER per WOOD, 15.II.1960

Nitella tenuissima (DESVAUX 1809) KÜTZING 1843

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 552):
-a) Coll.? [Desvaux?] (PC) as C. tenuissima Desv., herb. Desvaux, filed under N. tenuissima, annotated lectotype of C. tenuissima by Wood. 27.VIII.1956, poor but characteristic specimen of N. tenuissima

Nitellopsis obtusa (DESVAUX in LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS 1810) J. GROVES 1919

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 353f.):
-a) Coll.? [possibly DESVAUX], Hab. in Gallia (PC), holotype of C. obtusa DESV.; annotated C. translucens ? per ?; annotated "C. obtusa DESV. eadem planta est cum C. stelligera BAUER" per ?; typical, 40 cm high, axis 1600µm in diameter, branchlets 8 cm long, bract cells 2 cm long, bulbills absent
-b) SYDOW, XI.1891 ~ MIGULA, SYDOW et WAHLSTEDT Char. Exs. No. 10 as Tolypella stelligera (NY) selected as neotype of Chara stelligera BAUER per WOOD, 22.I.1959 [syntype of neotype GFW 18996]

Tolypella glomerata (DESVAUX et LOISELEUR-DESLONCHAMPS in LOISELEUR-DESLONGCHAMPS 1810) LEONHARDI 1863

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 732f.):
-a) Coll.? [Desvaux?], Hab. in rivulis (PC) "ex herb. Desvaux" as holotype of Chara glomerata; annotated T. glomerata; 2 small specimen, 6 - 9 cm high, heads abundant, 0,6 cm in diameter, axes 670 µm in diameter, internodes to 5 cm long, fertile branchlets 6, 1-divided

Tolypella intricata (TRENTEPOHL ex ROTH 1797) LEONHARDI 1863

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 741):
-a) F. Filarszky, 08.V. 1897, Budapest.Rásosfalva, in fossis of "Sárga-Csiko", Migula, Sydow et Wahlstedt Char. Exs. No. 77 as T. intricata f. elongata (NY) as "A", selected neotype by Wood, 29.I. 1959, in lieu of any original material

Tolypella nidifica (O. MÜLLER) A. BRAUN 1856

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 728):
-a) WAHLSTEDT, VIII.1888, im mari ad Valjö Blekingiae (NY) as Tolypella nidifica f. elongata (WOOD 1965: Icon 277) (KI 58-3-6) selected neotype by WOOD, 02.V. 1960, in lieu of type material in (C) [WAHLSTEDT, 17.VIII.1886, im mari ad Valjö Blekingiae as Tolypella nidifica f. elongata ~ MIGULA, SYDOW et WAHLSTEDT Char. Exs. No. 9 [GFW 18979 is a syntype of the neotype]

Tolypella prolifera (ZIZ ex A. BRAUN 1834) LEONHARDI 1863

Type material (see WOOD et IMAHORI 1965: 744f.):
-a) A. Fryer et H. G[roves], 12.VI.1894, On hard clay in about 1 foot of water in a fen drain, Ramsey, Huntingdonshire, Groves Char. Brit. Exs. No. 50 as T. prolifera (NY), marked "A", selected neotype of Chara prolifera in lieu of original specimen cyted by Braun (1834: 352) as "Hab. Moguntiae"

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