Multigene Phylogeny, Morphological Observation and Re-examination of the Literature Lead to the Description of the Phaeosacciophyceae Classis Nova and Four New Species of the Heterokontophyta SI Clade

Authors: Graf, L., Herbert, R.J.H. et al.

Journal: Protist

Volume: 171

Issue: 6

eISSN: 1618-0941

ISSN: 1434-4610

DOI: 10.1016/j.protis.2020.125781

Abstract:

The relationships among the Aurearenophyceae, Phaeothamniophyceae, Phaeophyceae and Xanthophyceae lineages of the Heterokontophyta SI clade are not well known. By adding previously unexamined taxa related to these classes in a five gene phylogeny (SSU rRNA, atpB, psaA, psaB, rbcL), we recovered an assemblage of taxa previously unrecognized. We propose the class Phaeosacciophyceae class. nov., that includes Phaeosaccion collinsii, Phaeosaccion multiseriatum sp. nov., Phaeosaccion okellyi sp. nov., Antarctosaccion applanatum, Tetrasporopsis fuscescens, Tetrasporopsis moei sp. nov., and Psammochrysis cassiotisii gen. & sp. nov. We re-examine the literature for Chrysomeris, Nematochrysis, Chrysowaernella and the invalid name “Giraudyopsis” and conclude some taxa in previous studies are misidentified or misnamed, i.e. Chrysomeris and Chrysowaernella, respectively. We also show that Nematochrysis sessilis var. vectensis and Nematochrysis hieroglyphica may belong in the recently described class Chrysoparadoxophyceae. The phylogenetic relationships of Phaeobotrys solitaria and Pleurochloridella botrydiopsis are not clearly resolved, but they branch near the Xanthophyceae. Here we describe a new class Phaeosacciophyceae, a new order Phaeosacciales, a new family Tetrasporopsidaceae, a new genus Psammochrysis and four new species.

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Multigene Phylogeny, Morphological Observation and Re-examination of the Literature Lead to the Description of the Phaeosacciophyceae Classis Nova and Four New Species of the Heterokontophyta SI Clade.

Authors: Graf, L., Herbert, R.J.H. et al.

Journal: Protist

Volume: 171

Issue: 6

Pages: 125781

eISSN: 1618-0941

DOI: 10.1016/j.protis.2020.125781

Abstract:

The relationships among the Aurearenophyceae, Phaeothamniophyceae, Phaeophyceae and Xanthophyceae lineages of the Heterokontophyta SI clade are not well known. By adding previously unexamined taxa related to these classes in a five gene phylogeny (SSU rRNA, atpB, psaA, psaB, rbcL), we recovered an assemblage of taxa previously unrecognized. We propose the class Phaeosacciophyceae class. nov., that includes Phaeosaccion collinsii, Phaeosaccion multiseriatum sp. nov., Phaeosaccion okellyi sp. nov., Antarctosaccion applanatum, Tetrasporopsis fuscescens, Tetrasporopsis moei sp. nov., and Psammochrysis cassiotisii gen. & sp. nov. We re-examine the literature for Chrysomeris, Nematochrysis, Chrysowaernella and the invalid name "Giraudyopsis" and conclude some taxa in previous studies are misidentified or misnamed, i.e. Chrysomeris and Chrysowaernella, respectively. We also show that Nematochrysis sessilis var. vectensis and Nematochrysis hieroglyphica may belong in the recently described class Chrysoparadoxophyceae. The phylogenetic relationships of Phaeobotrys solitaria and Pleurochloridella botrydiopsis are not clearly resolved, but they branch near the Xanthophyceae. Here we describe a new class Phaeosacciophyceae, a new order Phaeosacciales, a new family Tetrasporopsidaceae, a new genus Psammochrysis and four new species.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34932/

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Multigene Phylogeny, Morphological Observation and Re-examination of the Literature Lead to the Description of the Phaeosacciophyceae Classis Nova and Four New Species of the Heterokontophyta SI Clade

Authors: Graf, L., Herbert, R. et al.

Journal: Protist

Volume: 171

Issue: 6

Publisher: Elsevier

ISSN: 1434-4610

Abstract:

The relationships among the Aurearenophyceae, Phaeothamniophyceae, Phaeophyceae and Xanthophyceae lineages of the Heterokontophyta SI clade are not well known. By adding previously unexamined taxa related to these classes in a five gene phylogeny (SSU rRNA, atpB, psaA, psaB, rbcL), we recovered an assemblage of taxa previously unrecognized. We propose the class Phaeosacciophyceae class. nov., that includes Phaeosaccion collinsii, Phaeosaccion multiseriatum sp. nov., Phaeosaccion okellyi sp. nov., Antarctosaccion applanatum, Tetrasporopsis fuscescens, Tetrasporop- sis moei sp. nov., and Psammochrysis cassiotisii gen. & sp. nov. We re-examine the literature for Chrysomeris, Nematochrysis, Chrysowaernella and the invalid name “Giraudyopsis” and conclude some taxa in previous studies are misidentified or misnamed, i.e. Chrysomeris and Chrysowaernella,respectively. We also show that Nematochrysis sessilis var. vectensis and Nematochrysis hieroglyphicamay belong in the recently described class Chrysoparadoxophyceae. The phylogenetic relationships ofPhaeobotrys solitaria and Pleurochloridella botrydiopsis are not clearly resolved, but they branch nearthe Xanthophyceae. Here we describe a new class Phaeosacciophyceae, a new order Phaeosacciales,a new family Tetrasporopsidaceae, a new genus Psammochrysis and four new species.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34932/

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Multigene Phylogeny, Morphological Observation and Re-examination of the Literature Lead to the Description of the Phaeosacciophyceae Classis Nova and Four New Species of the Heterokontophyta SI Clade.

Authors: Graf, L., Herbert, R.J.H. et al.

Journal: Protist

Volume: 171

Issue: 6

Pages: 125781

eISSN: 1618-0941

ISSN: 1434-4610

DOI: 10.1016/j.protis.2020.125781

Abstract:

The relationships among the Aurearenophyceae, Phaeothamniophyceae, Phaeophyceae and Xanthophyceae lineages of the Heterokontophyta SI clade are not well known. By adding previously unexamined taxa related to these classes in a five gene phylogeny (SSU rRNA, atpB, psaA, psaB, rbcL), we recovered an assemblage of taxa previously unrecognized. We propose the class Phaeosacciophyceae class. nov., that includes Phaeosaccion collinsii, Phaeosaccion multiseriatum sp. nov., Phaeosaccion okellyi sp. nov., Antarctosaccion applanatum, Tetrasporopsis fuscescens, Tetrasporopsis moei sp. nov., and Psammochrysis cassiotisii gen. & sp. nov. We re-examine the literature for Chrysomeris, Nematochrysis, Chrysowaernella and the invalid name "Giraudyopsis" and conclude some taxa in previous studies are misidentified or misnamed, i.e. Chrysomeris and Chrysowaernella, respectively. We also show that Nematochrysis sessilis var. vectensis and Nematochrysis hieroglyphica may belong in the recently described class Chrysoparadoxophyceae. The phylogenetic relationships of Phaeobotrys solitaria and Pleurochloridella botrydiopsis are not clearly resolved, but they branch near the Xanthophyceae. Here we describe a new class Phaeosacciophyceae, a new order Phaeosacciales, a new family Tetrasporopsidaceae, a new genus Psammochrysis and four new species.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/34932/

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