Codium pulvinatum (Bryopsidales, Chlorophyta), a new species from the Arabian Sea, recently introduced into the Mediterranean Sea
Razy Hoffman, Michael J Wynne, Tom Schils, Juan Lopez-Bautista, Heroen Verbruggen
Phycologia | INT PHYCOLOGICAL SOC | Published : 2018
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RH is a VATAT-supported post-doctoral fellow at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History and National Research, Tel Aviv University, Israel. MJW acknowledges funding from a grant to Hunting Technical Services, Ltd., U.K. from 'Darwin Initiative for the Survival of Species', administered by the British Government's Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DETR), which supported collecting trips in 1999, 2000 and 2001, in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, Oman, the University of Michigan Herbarium, and the Natural History Museum, U.K. HV thanks Vanessa Rossetto Marcelino for carrying out molecular lab work. Funding was provided by the Australian Biological Resources Study (RFL213-08) and the Australian Research Foundation (FT110100585). TS gratefully acknowledges the financial support provided by the Flemish Fund for Scientific Research (project 3G014205) as well as the logistic and research support from Ghent University and the University of Guam. Finally, we thank the editor-in-chief Prof. Garbary and two anonymous reviewers for their useful comments on an earlier version of the manuscript.