What is Corallina officinalis var. chilensis? An examination of nomenclature, biogeography, phylogeny, and morphology

Soren Huber
Geniculate coralline algae are notoriously challenging to identify in the field due to confusing morphological variation. Consequently, former species delimitations based exclusively on morphology are often unsupported by sequence-based phylogenies. The purpose of my research was to determine whether Corallina chilensis Decaisne, basonym of C. officinalis var. chilensis, was a distinct species or should be considered a variety of C. officinalis; and consequently whether C. chilensis was distributed in two hemispheres. In order to answer...
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