Occurrence of Microalgae in Southwestern Louisiana Coastal Salt Flats
A descriptive analysis of the edaphic algal flora in salt flats along the coastline of southwestern Louisiana is provided. Six salt flats containing the angiosperm Salicornia were surveyed in November 1978, and April 1979, for microalgae. Seven genera of Chrysophycophyta, eleven genera of Cyanochloronta, and eighteen genera of the Chlorophycophyta were found. The most abundant alga was Oscillatoria (sensu Drouet). The most common green alga was Chlorosarcinopsis.
Maples, R. S. and J. C. Watson.
Occurrence of Microalgae in Southwestern Louisiana Coastal Salt Flats.
Gulf Research Reports
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