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Introduction Long-term investigations assessing the diversity of the benthic marine macroalgae of the state of Quintana Roo, Caribbean Mexico, have resulted in the collection of two undescribed red algae characterized by a central medulla formed by two large axial filaments, septate rhizoidal filaments and with all reproductive structures developing within sori typical of Ochtodes in the Rhizophyllidaceae ( Wiseman 1976 , 1977 ). The Rhizophyllidaceae consists of five genera and at least 17 species from temperate through tropical waters ( Guiry and Guiry 2015

identified five species of Polysiphonia sensu lato from 16 Florida and Caribbean Mexico samples. Morphological character states were exam- ined and used to identify these species as Neosiphonia baja- cali comb. nov., N. echinata comb. nov., N. sphaerocarpa, N. tepida, and Polysiphonia anomala. Descriptions are pro- vided and the phylogenetic relationships of the five species were determined through maximum likelihood analyses of rbcL and nuclear-encoded SSU sequence data. Neosiphonia bajacali and N. echinata had a combination of character states described for Neosiphonia

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xi Martín Abeles Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Buenos Aires, Argentina Miguel A. Centeno Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA Agustín E. Ferraro Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain Kevin P. Gallagher University of Boston, Boston, MA, USA Stefanie Garry Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Mexico City, Mexico Carlos Aguiar de Medeiros Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City, Mexico Jean C. Nava Princeton


Falkland Islands, Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego 105 Michael J. Wynne and Razy Hoffman Evidence for the proposed merger of Pseudobryopsis papillata with Pseudobryopsis myura (Bryopsidaceae, Chlorophyta) 123 Luz Elena Mateo-Cid, A. Catalina Mendoza-González, Abel Sentíes, Jhoana Díaz-Larrea, Deisy Y. García-López and Beatriz Martinez-Daranas Description of two new species of Ochtodes (Rhodophyta: Gigartinales) from Caribbean Mexico on the basis of morphological and molecular evidence 131 Kiana Pirian, Khosro Piri, Jelveh Sohrabipour, Saied Tamadoni Jahromi

throughout its geographic range. Latitude Location g dw m22 g dw m22 d21 Ref. 16.0 Honduras 42 Tomasko and Lapointe (1991) 16.0 Cozumel, Mexico 150 Tomasko and Lapointe (1991) 16.8 Belize 49.2 1.32 Tomasko and Lapointe (1991) 16.8 Belize 27.9 0.66 Tomasko and Lapointe (1991) 17.8 Virgin Islands 207 2.64 Williams (1987) 17.8 Virgin Islands 3.2 0.096 Williams (1988) 17.8 Virgin Islands 77 Zieman et al. 1979 18.0 Jamaica 249 5.95 Greenway (1976) 18.0 Puerto Rico 450 Burkholder et al. 1959 20.9 Caribbean, Mexico 80 2.1 Tussembroek (1995) 20.9 Caribbean, Mexico 57 1


-González, Abel Sentíes, Jhoana Díaz-Larrea, Deisy Y. García- López and Beatriz Martinez-Daranas Description of two new species of Ochtodes (Rhodophyta: Gigartinales) from Caribbean Mexico on the basis of morphological and molecular evidence DOI 10.1515/bot-2015-0069 Botanica Marina 2016; 59(2-3): 131–146 Research article: Using a combination of morphological and molecular data we reevaluated the diversity of the genus Ochtodes in the Mexican Caribbean, and describe two new species, which suggest that more studies of Ochtodes in the tropical western Atlantic are

in the following regions: Caribbean, Mexico and Central America, Brazil, Andes, Southern Zone (Argentina, Uruguay). (2) Moral support should be given and financial assistance be sought for the establishment of new linguistic centers such as an Institute for the Guarani Language (Uruguay), a Regional Teaching Center for General Linguistics (Argentina), a Caribbean Center for Linguistic Studies with its headquarters to be shared by the Paramaribo Linguistic Bureau, the University of Puerto Rico, and the University of the West Indies, and a Center for Linguistic