Chondracanthus chamissoi () Kützing, Gigartina chamissoi (C. Agardh) , ; Chondroclonium chamissoi. Chondracanthus chamissoi from Korea and Japan. (9) Spine-like ramuli with swelling at the tips. (10) Transverse section of thallus showing cortical and. Suspended culture of Chondracanthus chamissoi (Rhodophyta: Gigartinales) in Caleta Hornos (northern Chile) via vegetative propagation with secondary.
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