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Brunia J. Tempère ex G.B. De Toni 1894, p. 1162, 1193
Generitype LT: Brunia japonica Tempère ex De Toni 1894
Designated by Ross in Farr et al. (006663), p. 241
Year Designated 1979
Nomenclatural status valid/illegitimate
Recent revisions
Comments Later homonym of Brunia Linnaeus 1753, and Brunia Lamarck 1785 (nom. cons.). Synonym (substitute name): Neobrunia O. Kuntze, 1894 (ref. 002494). Tempère in Brun et al. 1890 (ref. 000883) p. 21 first introduced the genus name Brunia, 2 species were included, Brunia japonica n. gen. n. sp. with a long description in French and an illustration, and Brunia mirabilis with a short diagnosis. The genus was not validly published then because it is was lacking a generic description while including more than one species (see ICBN-1994, Art. 41-42). The genus became validly published in De Toni (1894) (ref. 000951), where a generic description was provided; no type was designated by De Toni.
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Detonula F. Schutt ex G.B. De Toni 1894, pg. 1425
Generitype LT: Detonula pumila (Castracane) H. Gran 1900 (= Lauderia pumila Castracane)
Designated by M. Ricard (003201), p. 50
Year Designated 1987
Nomenclatural status valid
Recent revisions Hasle 1974 (#006500)
Comments The name was published by F. Schütt in Engler & Prantl 1896 (ref. 001512), p. 83 for a section of Lauderia, with a single species, Lauderia pumilla Castracane 1886. Entry in Round, Crawford & Mann (1990), p. 142 ("Detonula Schütt 1894, Rep. Sci. Voy. 'Challenger', Bot. 2: 89, 1880. T: D. pumila (Castracane) Schütt (= Lauderia pumila)"), is incorrect; it refers probably to Castracane 1886 (ref. 000193), where the genus Lauderia is discussed p. 89 without mention of the name Detonula.. The genus name was validly published by De Toni 1894, p. 1425, who provided a generic description. No species were listed by De Toni for this genus.
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Dicladiopsis G.B. De Toni 1894, pg. 1003
Generitype LT: Dicladiopsis barbadensis (R.K. Greville 1865) G.B. De Toni 1894 (=Dicladia barbadensis Greville 1865)
Designated by Ross and Sims (#003152) p. 317
Year Designated 1985
Nomenclatural status valid
Recent revisions Ross & Sims 1985 (003152)
Comments Two species in De Toni, D. barbadensis (Gev.) DE Toni, D. robusta (Grev.) De Toni, no type designated.
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Gutwinskiella G.B. De Toni 1894, pg. 1323
Generitype T: Gutwinskiella clypeolus (Brun) De Toni 1894 (= Cotyledon clypeolus Brun)
Designated by De Toni (000951)
Year Designated 1894
Nomenclatural status valid
Recent revisions
Comments Type by original designation. Comments: Substitute name for Cotyledon Brun 1891 non Linnaeus 1753. Three species of Cotyledon are described in Brun 1891 (ref. 000176), no generitype is designated, these species are transferred to Gutwinskiella in De Toni 1894, and Gutwinskiella clypeolus is cited as the type (op. cit. p. 1323).
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Henseniella F. Schutt ex G.B. De Toni 1894, pg. 1425
Generitype T: not designated
Designated by
Year Designated 0
Nomenclatural status valid
Recent revisions
Comments Name cited "Henseniella Schütt 1893" by Tempère 1894, p. 79 (ref. 001540), name not found in Schütt 1893 (ref. 001510). Name later appeared in Schütt in Engler & Prantl 1896 (ref. 001512), p. 84, as a section of Guinardia, with a single species, Guinardia baltica (Hensen) Schütt. Described in De Toni as Henseniella Schütt (with no reference to a previous paper). Two species are included, Henseniella baltica (Hens.) Schütt which is also described, Henseniella Stephanos (Hens.) Schütt l.c., for which no description is provided. No type designated.
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Nothoceratium G.B. De Toni 1894, pg. 914
Generitype T: not designated
Designated by
Year Designated 0
Nomenclatural status valid
Recent revisions
Comments Nine species included no type designated
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Pseudorutilaria (Grove & Sturt ex De Toni & Levi) Grove & Sturt ex De Toni pg. 854
Generitype T: Pseudorutilaria monile (Grove & Sturt ex De Toni & Levi) Grove & Sturt ex De Toni 1894 (= Rutilaria monile Grove & Sturt ex De Toni & Levi 1887)
Designated by
Year Designated 0
Nomenclatural status valid
Recent revisions
Comments Type by monotypy. First account of this name in Grove & Sturt 1886 (ref. 000426) as "Pseudo-rutilaria. Nov. subgenus", however the name was invalid because "there was no positive indication of the genus to which it was to be attributed" (see Ross & Sims 1987, p. 276, ref. 003151). According to Ross & Sims 1987 (ref. 003151), the subgeneric name Rutilaria subgenus Pseudorutilaria was validly published by De Toni & Levi 1887 (ref. 006842), as also was the specific name Rutilaria monile. Later, De Toni 1894 (ref. 000951) (p. 854) treated Pseudorutilaria as a genus, ascribing the name to Grove & Sturt, and validly published the combination Pseudorutilaria monile.
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Schuettia G.B. De Toni 1894, pg. 1395
Generitype LT: Schuettia annulata (Wallich) De Toni 1894 (= Triceratium annulatum Wallich 1856)
Designated by Van Heurck (000897), p. 496
Year Designated 1896
Nomenclatural status valid
Recent revisions
Comments Five species are listed in De Toni and no type is unequivocally designated; however, for Schuettia annulata, the first species listed, instead of giving a description, De Toni writes "characteres generis", referring to the genus description p. 1395-1396. Van Heurck 1896 (ref. 000897), p. 496 writes that Actinoptychus annulatus (Wall.) Grun. is the "type-form of this new genus". Van Heurck also states: "If a new genus is to be constitued for triangular forms, the name given by Dr. De Toni is untenable, but it should be called Cymatogonia, which was proposed by Mr. Grunow in 1883".
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV


Stictodiscella G.B. De Toni 1894, pg. 1318
Generitype
Designated by
Year Designated 0
Nomenclatural status subgenus
Recent revisions
Comments Subgenus of Stictodiscus Greville (other subgenus of Stictodiscus is Eustictodiscus De Toni, p. 1313).
Published in

De Toni, G.B. 1894  (ref. 951)

Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. Vol. II. Bacillarieae; sectio III. Cryptoraphideae

Typis Seminarrii, Patavii. pp. 819-1556, I - CCXIV

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