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Navicula hasta Pantocsek 1892, pl. 5, fig. 74, pl. 14, fig. 213
CommentsDescription in: Pantocsek 1905, p. 69 (ref. 1445). Lange-Bertalot & Metzeltin 2006, p. 59 (ref. 012848) noted that the specimen illustrated on pl. 14, fig. 213 did not match the diagnosis, and placed it their new species: Navicula superhasta Lange-Bertalot & Metzeltin 2006. Levkov, Edlund & Nakov 2008, p. 52, however (ref. 013235), stated that fig. 14:213 should not be considered a synonym of N. superhasta. Levkov, Edlund & Nakov 2008, p. 50 (ref. 013235) designated fig. 5:74 as the lectotype of Navicula hasta.
Published inPantocsek, J. 1892 [ref. 001034]. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Fossilen Bacillarien Ungarns. 3 Teile. Julius Platzko, Nagyy-Tapolcsany. Teil III, Susswasser Bacillarien. Anhang-analysen 15 neuer Depots von bulgarien, Japan, Mahern, Russland und Ungarn. Nagy-Tapolcsány, Buchdrucherei von Julius Platzko. 42 pls.
TypeLectotype: Pl. 5, fig. 74 (designated by Levkov, Edlund & Nakov 2008, p. 50 (ref. 013235). Epitype: Prep. 001023 from K÷pecz material (No. BP 88 from the HNHM=Hungarian Natural History Museum) deposited in the Diatom Collection at the Institute of Biology. Faculty of Natural Sciences in Skopje- Epitype designated by Levkov, Edlund & Nakov 2008, p. 50, and illustratedd on their Fig. 8 (ref. 013235).Click here to view INA card. Click here to check this name in the INA website.
Type LocalityKöpecz, Transsylvania, Rumania, fossil depositLanguage of descriptionL
CollectorAssessment of record accuracylikely accurate
List of nomenclatural synonymsSchizonema hasta (Pantocsek) Kuntze 1898