HALODULE UNINERVIS PDF

Halodule uninervis is a species of seagrass native to the western Pacific and Indian Oceans. Common names include narrowleaf seagrass in English and a'shab bahriya in Arabic. This is a common plant of the sublittoral zone in its range, growing in depths up to 20 meters in lagoons , on reefs , and in many other types of marine habitat just offshore. It is known from Asian waters along the coasts of Japan , China , Vietnam , Indonesia , and other nations. It occurs on Pacific Islands such as Fiji.

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Jump to navigation. Description Fruit subglobose-ovoid or globose, slightly appressed, Halodule uninervis is widely distributed in the Indian Ocean and the western part of the Pacific. The eastern part of the area extends from the Ryukyu Islands, Indochina and Thailand through Malesia to the tropical coasts of Australia; in the Pacific it has been found at least as far eastward as the Tonga Islands.

There are no records from Sumatra and Borneo, probably due to under-collecting. Morphology The variability of the leaf width of the various populations is considerable and one can distinguish between wide-leaved and narrow-leaved populations which grow sympatric but never together.

More detailed studies are necessary to establish whether these differences are only environmentally induced or whether they are genetically determined. Citation Hartog - in Blumea. Backer - in Handb. Brouns - in Science in New Guinea. Miki - in Bot. Hartog - in Blumea.

Synonymy Halodule uninervis Forssk. II: pl. Trimen , Syst. Specimens Miki. Du Petit Thours.

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Large stretches of Halodule. Changi, Apr 10 Halodule with very broad blades. Sentosa, Jun 07 Chek Jawa, Jun Long skinny Halodule.

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Jump to navigation. Description Fruit subglobose-ovoid or globose, slightly appressed, Halodule uninervis is widely distributed in the Indian Ocean and the western part of the Pacific. The eastern part of the area extends from the Ryukyu Islands, Indochina and Thailand through Malesia to the tropical coasts of Australia; in the Pacific it has been found at least as far eastward as the Tonga Islands. There are no records from Sumatra and Borneo, probably due to under-collecting. Morphology The variability of the leaf width of the various populations is considerable and one can distinguish between wide-leaved and narrow-leaved populations which grow sympatric but never together.

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Halodule uninervis Boiss.

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