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  • By Jeffrey Johansen on October 7, 2009

    This taxonomic treatment and revision of the filamentous, nonheterocytous cyanobacteria is critically important for any algal ecologist or taxonomist who needs to identify cyanobacteria to genus and species. The treatment of the genera follows the earlier revisions in the Oscillatoriales completed by Anagnostidis and Komárek. The Oscillatoriales have undergone considerable revision following ultrastructural and molecular phylogenetic studies in the group, and all the new or resurrected genera are listed here. The number of species treated includes all the Geitlerian and earlier taxa as well as the isolated species in the broader literature, making this clearly the most comprehensive treatment. The keys are clearly written with little ambiguity, and the taxa are better illustrated than in either Geitler (1932) or Desikachary (1959). The last section of the book looks forward by making recommendations for higher level taxonomy of the group. These recommendations will lead to the end of the "Oscillatoriales" as they were traditionally circumscribed (Oscillatoriales is more narrowly defined, and the Pseudanabaenales becomes the new home for a large subset of the genera). The book is a review based on the literature, and thus there are some problems associated with such a review. If the original authors gave limited descriptions, sometimes the descriptions in this book are limited as well. Some of the revisionary work is incomplete, such as the transfer of some Homeothrix species into Tapinothrix. However, the authors point out where the problems lie, so this book is an excellent source for alerting researchers to opportunities for future research.


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