Table
1.
Seaweed species endemic to the southeastern United States.
Species known only from the region
between Cape Hatteras
and Cape Canaveral
Cladophora pseudobainesii
Derbesia turbinata
Vaucheria acrandra
Vaucheria adela
Hincksia onslowensis
Streblonema invisible
Porphyra carolinensis
Porphyra rosengurttii
Audouinella affinis
Audouinella hoytii
Helminthocladia andersonii
PeyssonneIia atlantica
Dudresnaya georgiana
Trematocarpus papenfussii
Craspedocarpus humiIis
Petroglossum undulatum
Champia parvula var. prostrata
Callic1avula trifurcata
Callithamniella silvae
Lejolisia exposita
Nwynea grandispora
Ptilothamnion occidentale
Dasysiphonia concinna
Dasysiphonia doIiiformis
Dipterosiphonia reversa
Species also present only in other parts of Florida (F)
or in Bermuda (B)
Codium caroIinianum (F)
Onslowia endophytica (F)
Padina profunda (F)
Naccaria corymbifera (F
&
B)
Agardhinula browneae (F)
Cirrulicarpus carolinensis (F)
Gloioderma blomquistii (F)
Gloioderma rubrisporum (F)
Branchioglossurn rninutum (F)
Searlesia subtropica (F)
Dasya spinuligera (B)
Ceramium leptozonurn (B)
Table 2. Local seaweed species with disjunct distributions in the regions listed.
Species
Vaucheria longicaulis
Voucheria erythrospora
Herponemo solitarium
Myriactulo stell ulata
Dictyopteris hoytii
Audouinello botryocorpo
Lithophyllum subtenellum
PhymatoIithon tenuissimum
PeyssonneIia stoechos
Rhodymenio divaricoto
Pleonosporium boergesenii
Pleonosporium flexuosum
Myriogromme distromatica
Herposiphonia deIicotulo
Polysiphonio pseudovillum
510: TABLES
Region of Disjunct Distribution
Brazil, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean
Europe, Japan
Europe
Europe
Venezuela, South Florida
Europe, Africa, Australia, New Zealand
Europe, Mediterranean
Canary Islands, West Africa
Mediterranean
Gulf of California, Galapagos, South Florida
Brazil
Europe, Mediterranean, South Africa
Mediterranean
Central Pacific
Central Pacific
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