Multigene phylogeny of the southern bull-kelp genus Durvillaea (Phaeophyceae: Fucales)
Durvillaea (southern bull-kelp) is an economically and ecologically important brown algal genus that dominates many exposed, rocky coasts in the cold-temperate Southern Hemisphere. Of its five currently-recognized species, four are non-buoyant and restricted to the south-western Pacific, whereas one is both buoyant and widely distributed. Durvillaea has had an unsettled taxonomic history. Although its position within the brown algae (Phaeophyceae) has now been largely resolved through the use...[Show more]
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