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Six new additions to algal flora of India


The present study confirms the existence of six species belonging to the class Chrysophyceae (4 species), Xanthophyceae (1 species), and Dinophyceae (1 species) reported for the first time in India from the perennial ponds of Shivamogga District, Karnataka. Further, the systematic account, description, and geographical distribution with collection sites are discussed in details.


Chrysophyceae, Dinophyceae, Freshwater algae, India, New additions, Xanthophyceae



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