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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Pinnulariaceae
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Reference taxon: Pinnulariaceae according to EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Trunk
Pinnulariaceae
Recognized by iNaturalist, Iran Species List, White Sea Species List, United Kingdom Species List, Southern Ocean Species List, North Pacific Species List, North Atlantic Species List, North Sea Species List, Norwegian Sea Species List, English Channel Species List, Bristol Channel Species List, Balearic Sea Species List, Beaufort Sea Species List, Gulf of Mexico Species List, Philippine Sea Species List, Sea of Japan Species List, Gulf of California Species List, The Netherlands Species List, South Korea Species List, Sweden Species List, Switzerland Species List, United States Species List, Venezuela Species List, Vietnam Species List, New Zealand Species List, Panama Species List, Poland Species List, Sierra Leone Species List, Italy Species List, Madagascar Species List, Liberia Species List, Mexico Species List, Faroe Islands Species List, France Species List, Hungary Species List, Finland Species List, Germany Species List, Indonesia Species List, Belgium Species List, Bolivia Species List, Czech Republic Species List, Austria Species List, India Species List, Norway Species List, Flickr Group, Flickr Group, Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Commons, BioImages, the virtual fieldguide, UK, NCBI GGBN GBIF BHL BOLDS data coverage, Brazil Species List, Canada Species List, Japan Species List, Russia Species List, wikipedia, wikipedia Deutsch, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, Matishov et al 2000, protisten.de, and Wikidata
Pinnulariaceae D. G. Mann 1990

Common Names

There are no common names associated with this taxon.

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