Original paper

The Holocene diatom flora of Zalavari pond (Lake Balaton system, Hungary)

Buczkó, Krisztina; Magyari, Enikő; Stenger-Kovács, Csilla; Korponai, János

Algological Studies Volume 132 (2009), p. 35 - 73

published: Dec 1, 2009

DOI: 10.1127/1864-1318/2009/0132-0035

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Abstract

Holocene lacustrine sediments from Zalavári pond (Balaton system, Hungary) were studied for diatoms. A detailed documentation of the diatom flora is presented, as the main aim of this paper was a better understanding of the diatom biodiversity in the historical Lake Balaton that has a very diverse, but poorly documented algal flora. Some rare species and taxa lacking clear taxonomy are discussed in detail in the paper, such as Achnanthes johncarteri Lange-Bertalot et Krammer, Fragilaria hungarica Pantocsek, Fragilaria cf. istvanffyi Pantocsek, Kolbesia kolbei (Hustedt) Round et Bukhtiyarova, Stauroneis smithii Grunow var. incisa Pantocsek and a Hippodonta species.

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diatomseutrophyholocenewetland