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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Feldmannia
Reference taxon from NCBI Taxonomy
Feldmannia
Genus recognized by Australia Species List, Bermuda Species List, Brazil Species List, Cocos Islands Species List, Denmark Species List, Federated States of Micronesia Species List, France Species List, French Polynesia Species List, Ireland Species List, Kuwait Species List, Maldives Species List, Mariana Islands Species List, Marshall Islands Species List, New Zealand Species List, Pakistan Species List, Philippines Species List, Puerto Rico Species List, Saint Helena Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, Singapore Species List, South Africa Species List, Spain Species List, The Bahamas Species List, The Netherlands Species List, Sri Lanka Species List, Tonga Species List, United Kingdom Species List, Japan Species List, Cuba Species List, Indonesia Species List, Mexico Species List, United States Species List, Alboran Sea Species List, Andaman Sea Species List, Arabian Sea Species List, Bay of Biscay Species List, Bay of Bengal Species List, Bass Strait Species List, Caribbean Sea Species List, Celtic Sea Species List, Coral Sea Species List, English Channel Species List, Great Australian Bight Species List, Gulf of Mexico Species List, Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland Species, Indian Ocean Species List, Irish Sea Species List, North Atlantic Species List, North Pacific Species List, North Sea Species List, Philippine Sea Species List, South China Sea Species List, Tasman Sea Species List, South Atlantic Species List, South Pacific Species List, NCBI, Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) Taxonomic Hierarchy, Global Biotic Interactions, and Paleobiology Database
Feldmannia
Recognized by Arctic Algae and IABIN
Feldmannia G. Hamel 1939
Feldmannia Hamel
Genus recognized by Flora do Brasil

Alternative Names

Ectocarpus lebelii J. E. Areschoug
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Ectocarpus virescens Thur.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Feldmannia elachistaeformis (Heydr.) P. H. Hô
Synonym according to Flora do Brasil

Common Names

Japanese

フェルドマニア

Curated hierarchies for Feldmannia

EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9

Life
Cellular Organisms
Eukaryota
SAR (Stramenopiles, Alveolates, Rhizaria)