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Volume 31, 1898
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The following is a list of genera of fresh-water Algæ collected and noted in the Dunedin district during the summers of 1896–97 by Mr. J. S. Tennant, B.Sc.:—

1.

Pleurococcus

2.

Palmella

3.

Protococcus

  • Common in all damp places; walls, fences, &c.

4.

Chlorococcus

5.

Volvox. Clear standing water.

6.

Zygnema. Very common, ditches, ponds, &c.

7.

Spirogyra. Very common, ditches, ponds, &c.

8.

Vaucberia. Ponds, ditches, and damp places.

9.

Ulva

10.

Monostroma

11.

Enteromorpha

  • Tomahawk Lagoon.

12.

Cladophora. Ranning water.

13.

Conferva. Very common.

14.

œdogonium. Running water.

15.

Ulotbrix. Common on damp ground.

16.

Draparnaldia. Silverstream.

17.

Stigeoclonium. Running water.

18.

Chroococcus. Very common.

19.

Glaeocapsa. Very common.

20.

Oscillaria. Running water and damp cliffs.

21.

Liyngbya. Silverseream.

22.

Rivularia. Silverstream.