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Nielsen, R., 1984. Epicladia flustrae, Epicladia phillipsii, new status and Pseudendoclonium dynamenae, new species living in bryozoans and a hydroid. Brit. Phycol. J. 19 4: 371-380.
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Small green algae traditionally referred to E. flustrae and found associated with bryozoans and hydroids were compared by studying material from nature and plants isolated into unialgal culture. No true parenchyma or hairs were observed in any of these algae. The new taxa E. phillipsii and P. dynamenae are established. The species are associated with different host animals with some host specificity; thus E. flustrae has been noted only in the bryozoans Flustra foliacea and Securiflustra securifrons, E. phillipsii only in Alcyonidium hirsutum and P. dynamenae only in the hydroid Dynamena pumila. Descriptors: DYNAMENA PUMILA
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