New records of Navicula sensu stricto from Serbia with taxonomic notes and autecological characterization of Navicula splendicula and N. moskalii

Danijela Vidakovic, Olga Jakovljević, Vladimir Lazović, Sanja Šovran, Jelena Krizmanić

Paper category: Original research paper
Corresponding author: Danijela Vidakovic (daca.vidakovic@yahoo.com)
DOI: 10.1515/ohs-2020-0006
Received: 18/03/2019
Accepted: 24/06/2019
Full text: here

Citation: Vidakovic, D., Jakovljević, O., Lazović, V., et al. (2020). New records of Navicula sensu stricto from Serbia with taxonomic notes and autecological characterization of Navicula splendicula and N. moskalii. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies, 49(1), pp. 56-67. Retrieved 10 Mar. 2020, from doi:10.1515/ohs-2020-0006

Abstract

A total of 15 Navicula taxa were recorded in epilithic communities occurring in seven rivers of Serbia, all of which are new to the diatom flora of Serbia. The most interesting of them are N. splendicula and N. moskalii. When observing N. splendicula specimens under SEM, we noticed a characteristic silicate tongue in the center of raphe ends, which had not been previously reported in the available literature. The insufficiently researched distribution of N. moskalii and scarce autecological information on the taxon prompted us to provide new details about the species in this study. These findings clearly indicate the need for further comprehensive research that would provide new information on rare taxa.

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