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Abstract

Summary: A revised taxonomic description of Bohlin is presented, with special emphasis on the details of the silica valve, a structure hitherto unobserved. The features distinguishing from (Ehr.) W. Sm., with which it has frequently been confused, are summarized. In view of the unique characters of P. , it is proposed to establish within the Bacillariales a new suborder, the Phaeodactylineae, to which is assigned as the only known genus.

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