par Mamet, Bernard ;Khodjanyazova, Rimma
Référence Geobios, 39, 4, page (507-512)
Publication Publié, 2006-07
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The paleozoic marine algae of Central Asia were recently investigated and attributed to warm-water and Tethyan microflora. If the majority of the taxa (114 out of 117) were already described from other basins, a few elements merit attention. Two chlorophyte species are new (Atractyliopsis nuratauensis nov. sp., Amarellina moscoviensis nov. sp.) and a new Hoeegonites sp. is left in open nomenclature. The flora also contains representatives of the puzzling Moniliporelleae, a rhodophyte family only reported from Kazakhstan with the genus Furcatoporella. An unusual in situ cluster of calcispheres is also illustrated. © 2006 Elsevier SAS. All rights reserved.