Español . Aquatic Botany, 103, 74-82. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304377012001209 doi: 10.1016/j.aquabot.2012.06.007, Willette, D. A., Chalifour, J., Debrot, A. O. D., Engel, M. S., Miller, J., Oxenford, H. A., Short, F. T., Steiner, S. C. C., Védie, F., 2014. It is widespread in tropical waters, the distribution range also extends to subtropical and temperate waters primarily the Indian and … A new record for Turkish flora Halophila stipulacea. UAE Tribulus, 12(1), 20-23. Abu-Hilal A, Badran M, de Vaugelas J, 1988. The photosynthetic light response of Halophila stipulacea growing along a depth gradient in the Gulf of Aqaba, the Red Sea. ex Zoll. Ates A, Özdilek S, Özcan T, Kontas T, 2008. The distribution and expansion of the invasive seagrass Halophila stipulacea in Dominica, West Indies, with a preliminary report from St. Lucia. On the presence of the brachyuran crab Macropodia tenuirostris (Crustacea: Decapoda: Majidae) on the Levantine coast of Turkey. Journal of King Abdulaziz University - Marine Sciences, 12, 231-239. Schwarz AM, Hellblom F, 2002. of coldest month > 0°C and < 18°C, mean warmest month > 10°C, Anecdotal and documented observations of H. stipulacea in fishing nets and traps that are transported to new locations (e.g. Aspects of seagrass ecology along the western Arabian Gulf coast. Halophila stipulacea is a species of seagrass in the Hydrocharitaceae family. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Olinger LK, Heidmann SL, Durdall AN, Howe C, Ramseyer T, Thomas SG, Lasseigne DN, Brown EJ, Cassell JS, Donihe MM, Duffing Romero MD, Duke MA, Green D, Hillbrand P, Wilson Grimes KR, Nemeth RS, Smith TB, Brandt M, 2017. In: Marine Biodiversity Records, 1 (e79) DOI:10.1017/S1755267207008020, CABI, Undated. Halophila stipulacea System: Terrestrial Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Plantae Magnoliophyta Liliopsida Hydrocharitales Hydrocharitaceae Common name Halophila seagrass (English) Synonym Zostera stipulacea , (Forssk?l, 1775) Similar species Summary Halophila stipulacea is a seagrass which has been introduced to the Back to Top. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status inferred from regional distribution. Ruiz H, Ballentine DL, 2004. Marine Ecology, Progress Series, 231, 75-83. doi: 10.3354/meps231075. Synonyms. Studying seagrasses for over a decade, I have focused on the tropical seagrass species Halophila stipulacea, with studies in its native and invasive habitats, both in the field and in our mesocosm. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. Gallil BS, 2006. English. Thalassia bullata(Delile) Kunth. Price ARG, Cole SL, 1992. The sea-grasses of the world., London, UK: North-Holland. Halophila stipulacea is a euryhaline marine angiosperm, also known as a seagrass. According to Galil (2006), H. stipulacea is inducing changes to sublittoral communities in the Mediterranean and out-competing native Mediterranean seagrasses. Structural, morphological and genetic variability in Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) populations in the western Mediterranean. British Herpetological Society Bulletin, 71, 1-5. Turkozan O, Durmus SH, 2000. Universite de Bretagne Occidentale. Halophila ovalis (R.Br.) Seasonal variation and local distribution of metals in the seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Forsk.) © Copyright 2020 CAB International. Malea P, 1994. Aquatic Botany, 1, 309-318. Fishing boats are the proposed pathway for the introduction of this species into the Mediterranean Sea, via the Suez Canal. Fragmentation of plants may be caused by and transported in fishing nets, fishing traps and boat anchors. World Atlas of Seagrasses, Berkeley, USA: UNEP-WCMC and University of California Press. Aquatic Botany, 23(1), 137-147. Kerninon F, 2012. This seagrass is widespread through the Gulf of Aqaba. Aquatic Botany. It is listed as an invasive species in the Mediterranean Sea (Bourdouresque and Verlaque, 2002) and is also included on a list of the 100 worst aliens species in Europe (DAISIE, 2015). 75-83. Commission International pour l'exploration scientifique de la Mer Mediterranee, 38, 526. Aquatic Botany. DOI:10.3354/meps231075. Asch., although it was named more than a century ago. Zanardini ex Pritz. CABI is a registered EU trademark. In: Caribbean Journal of Science, 48 (1) 66-70. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. Chromosome numbers of the European seagrasses. Common Name Used in Language Type Official Trade Name; A'shab bahriya: Global Arabic Vernacular No Broadleaf seagrass: Global English Vernacular No Back to Search. Halophila stipulacea in Cyprus and Rhodes, 1967-1970. Kamermans, P., Hemminga, M. A., Tack, J. F., Mateo, M. A., Marbà, N., Mtolera, M., Stapel, J., Verheyden, A., Daele, T. van, 2002. Steiner SCC, Willette DA, 2015b. The growth and production of the leaves of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Forsk.) contains two synonyms: H. bullata (Délile) Asch. The sea-grasses of the world, London, UK: North-Holland. Istanbul Universitesi Eczacilik Fakultesi Mecmuasi, 23, 83-84. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. العربية: A'shab bahriya English: Broadleaf Seagrass For more multimedia, look at Halophila stipulacea on Wikimedia Commons. Aschers. In: Journal of King Abdulaziz University - Marine Sciences, 12 231-239. New record of the alien seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) in the western Mediterranean: A further clue to changing Mediterranean Sea biogeography. Asch. It belongs to the morphologically diverse H. sect. Plant blades are elliptic, oblong and pale to dark green in colour with a length of 2-6 cm (Den Hartog, 1970; Willette and Ambrose, 2009). Flowers are rarely observed, but both flowers and fertile fruit-bearing plants were documented along Chios Island (Greece) in 2012 (Gerakaris and Tsiamis, 2015). 2012. A vector for transportation to the Caribbean is unknown, although recreational boats from the Mediterranean Sea have been proposed. Threat to native seagrasses, Widespread on St. John; localized on St. Thomas, Average temp. Oceanographic Research Papers, 31(6-8), 919-933. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 44(1), 32-38. doi: 10.1016/S0025-326X(01)00150-3, DAISIE, 2015. Aquatic Botany, 40, 145-153. Halophila stipulacea is a dioecious, phenotypically plastic and perennial species (Den Hartog, 1970; Kuo & Den Hartog, 2001). Public Domain - From F.G. Hemprich & C.G. Fishing boats are the proposed pathway for the introduction of this species into the Mediterranean Sea, via the Suez Canal (Lipkin, 1975a). ... Kew Names and Taxonomic Backbone The International Plant Names Index and World Checklist of Selected Plant Families 2020. Halophila, which includes all Halophila species with one pair of petiolate leaves born on … Marine Pollution Bulletin, 27, 213-222. The number of its contained species, and its own placement in the order Alismatales, has evolved. On the presence of Halophila stipulacea (Forskal) Ascherson on the coasts of Albania. Halophila stipulacea (Forrsk.) Procaccini G, Acunto S, Fama P, Maltagliati F, 1999. It is the dominant seagrass species in the Gulf of Aqaba (GoA; northern Red Sea), where it grows in both shallow and deep environments (1–50 m depth). El-Hady, H. H. A., Hamed, E. R., Shehata, A. N., 2012. Vera B, Collado-Vides L, Moreno C, van Tussenbroek BI, 2014. 23-26. Growing on saline soils … and H. balfourii Solereder [ 1 ]. Micropaleontology, 54(3), 277-292. Den Hartog C, 1970. Groundwater effects on diversity and abundance of lagoonal seagrasses in Kenya and on Zanzibar Island (East Africa). Lemnopsis Zipp. In: Aquatic Botany, 20 33-41. 98-102. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304377013001289 DOI:10.1016/j.aquabot.2013.10.001, USA: SeagrassNet, University of New Hampshire, www.seagrassnet.org, Australia: Seagrass-Watch, James Cook University, www.seagrasswatch.org, Demian A Willette, University of California, Los Angeles, California, USA. Kenworthy WJ, Durako MJ, Fatemy SMR, Valavi H, Thayer GW, 1993. This species is accepted, and its native range is Egypt to India and W. Indian Ocean. Abu-Hilal A, Badran M, de Vaugelas J, 1988. Marine Biology, 135(1), 181-189. in the Antikyra Gulf, Greece. Marine Biodiversity Records, 2(e84), doi: 10.1017/S175526720900058X, GBIF, 2014. Reproduction and recruitment of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea. In the absence of H. stipulacea it grew in pure patches and vast meadows, and with a consistently low benthic cover (<10 %), yet never intermixed with S. filiforme. Rhizomes are 0.5-2 cm in diameter, creeping and branched with a single root present at each node. Turkozan O, Durmus SH, 2000. A vector for transportation to the Caribbean is unknown, although recreational boats from the Mediterranean Sea have been proposed (Ruiz and Ballantine, 2004). Schwarz AM, Hellblom F, 2002. First actions in setting up an overseas seagrass monitoring network. H. stipulacea is native to the tropical and subtropical waters of the Red Sea, Persian Gulf and Indian Ocean (DAISIE, 2015). H. stipulacea samples were collected from two different subtidal monospecific meadows, North Beach (NB) and South Beach (SB) on the western shores of the northern tip of the GoA, northern Red Sea, Israel in both winter (February) and summer (July) of 2014.The NB meadow (29.546150 N, 34.964819 E), is part of an extensive meadow in the area (343,032 m 2; Winters et al., 2017; Mejia et … species of plant in the family Hydrocharitaceae, 10.2305/IUCN.UK.2010-3.RLTS.T173319A6989685.en, World Checklist of Selected Plant Families, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Halophila_stipulacea&oldid=984025230, Taxa named by Paul Friedrich August Ascherson, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 18:26. Molecular identification, antimicrobial and antioxidant activities of the tropical seagrass Halophila stipulacea grown in El-Bardawil lake, Egypt. bullata (Delile) Zanardini ex Pritz. bullata (Delile) Zanardini Barkania stipulacea var. Groundwater effects on diversity and abundance of lagoonal seagrasses in Kenya and on Zanzibar Island (East Africa). More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. Parthasarathy N, Ravikumar K, Ganesan R, Ramanurthy K, 1991. In: IMARES Report C129/12 , Netherlands: Institute for Marine Resource Ecosystem Studies. Diversity and distribution of macrophytes along the coast of Lebanon (Levantine Basin, Eastern Mediterranean). Marine Ecology, Progress Series. Sexually produced seeds are deposited in sediments where they are produced and may be distributed through natural disturbances (storms). Halophila stipulacea, a review of a successful immigration. It was described as a genus in 1806. http://ifrecor-doc.fr/items/show/1478. Preferred Scientific Name; Halophila stipulacea Preferred Common Name; halophila seagrass Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Spermatophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Monocotyledonae; Summary of Invasiveness Halophila balfourii Soler. Halophila madagascariensisDoty & B.C.Stone. English. Aschers. Asch. DAISIE.http://www.europe-aliens.org/pdf/Halophila_stipulacea.pdf, Gambi M, Barbieri F, Bianchi C, 2009. Scientific Name: Halophila stipulacea Number of Blades/Leaves: 20 on Rhizome, 5 on single disk Blade/Leaf Width: 35cm total width on Rhizome, 7cm wide on single disk Mount: Available on Rhizome or single disk Distribution: Halophila stipulacea is found from the Persian Gulf to the Red Sea, down the coast of east Africa to Mozambique. Malm T, 2006. Gambi M, Barbieri F, Bianchi C, 2009. Phenology of H. stipulacea is not well known in its invasive range. In: Micropaleontology, 54 (3) 277-292. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. (Hydrocharitaceae) in the Mediterranean - Now found at Kefallinia and Ithaki (Ionian Sea). http://www.iucngisd.org/gisd/. In Egypt, it has been recorded in the Red Sea, where it is native, and also along its Mediterranean coast, where it is introduced (Gab-Alla, 2001; El-Hady et al., 2012). Rhizomes are creeping, branched and fleshy, and roots appear solitary at each node of the rhizome, unbranched and thick with dense soft root hairs. H. stipulacea is a tropical, euryhaline marine angiosperm in Hydrocharitaceae, a family containing many aquatic plant species. Scientific Name: Syringodium filiforme Common Name: Manatee Grass Looks: Cylindrical leaves Important Note*: Most abundant Scientific Name: Halodule wrightii Common Name: Shoal Grass Looks: Small strap-like leaves Important Note*: - Scientific Name: Halophila stipulacea Common Name: - Looks: Oval shaped leaves Important Note*: Invasive species Malea P, 1994. Effects of the invasive seagrass Halophila stipulacea on the native seagrass, Syringodium filiforme, and associated fish and epibiota communities in the Eastern Caribbean. Blade margins, particularly at the apex, are serrated. Structural, morphological and genetic variability in Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) populations in the western Mediterranean. Caribbean Naturalist, 22, 1-19. http://data.gbif.org. Philips RC, Loughland RA, Youssef A, 2002. In: Environmental Pollution, 85 77-85. El-Hady H H A, Hamed E R, Shehata A N, 2012. The distribution and expansion of the invasive seagrass Halophila stipulacea in Dominica, West Indies, with a preliminary report from St. Lucia. Marine Environmental Research, 25, 233-248. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. A feeding ground for juvenile green turtles, Chelonia mydas, on the western coast of Turkey. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Halophila (family Hydrocharitaceae). 91 (3), 137-142. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T4F-4W38RMT-1&_user=10&_coverDate=10%2F31%2F2009&_rdoc=4&_fmt=high&_orig=browse&_srch=doc-info(%23toc%234973%232009%23999089996%231461076%23FLA%23display%23Volume)&_cdi=4973&_sort=d&_docanchor=&_ct=22&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=8ee3881fee02179736263184e13b817f DOI:10.1016/j.aquabot.2009.04.001, Willette D A, Chalifour J, Debrot A O D, Engel M S, Miller J, Oxenford H A, Short F T, Steiner S C C, Védie F, 2014. Continuing range extension of Halophila stipulacea (Forssk.) Willette D A, Ambrose R F, 2009. Plants are dioecious with male and female flowers produced at each leaf node. (Première actions de mis en place d’un réseau d’observation des herbiers de l’Outre-mer). South Sinai, Egypt. Distribution of seagrasses along the coast of Tamil Nadu, Southern India. The Plant List includes a further 10 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus Halophila.We do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank. H. stipulacea has spread to the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas, likely due to transportation by commercial and recreational shipping (GISD, 2015). Lipkin Y, 1975a. Choose Project. Amphisorus hemprichii Ehrenberg (Rhizopoda, foraminifera) along the Antalya coast. 1900. Microscopic (optical microscope and scanning electron microscope) studies on … Halophila ovalis (R.Br.) http://ifrecor-doc.fr/items/show/1478. Reef Encounter, 30, 43-44. Statistics. http://www.europe-aliens.org/pdf/Halophila_stipulacea.pdf, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Caulinia ovalis, Halophila johnsonii, Kernera ovalis. Baseline surveys of Lac Bay benthic and fish communities, Bonaire. Quantitative aspects of seagrass communities, particularly of those dominated by Halophila stipulacea, in Sinai (Northern Red Sea). This new type of seagrass, Halophila stipulacea, usually grows in the Indian Ocean, but was discovered in the Caribbean in 2002 and in Lac bay in 2010. Halophila decipiens grew below 4 m depth. Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae): A recent introduction to the continental waters of Venezuela. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated b. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. The invasion and expansion of the Indian Ocean seagrass Halophila stipulacea into the Eastern Caribbean raises the question of how local seagrass communities respond to this fast-growing, ecologically flexible species. Distribution and ecology of seagrass communities in the Western Indian Ocean. Green EP, Short FT, 2003. Wahbeh MI, 1984. Halophila stipulacea. Halophila stipulacea belongs to the Flowering Plants group. Asexual reproduction occurs via fragmentation and the dispersal of propagules on water currents. Procaccini G, Acunto S, Fama P, Maltagliati F, 1999. Wallingford, UK: CABI. Seagrasses of Abu Dhabi. Halophila stipulacea (Forssk.) With increasing anthropogenic impacts, they are facing dramatic declines on a global scale. halophila — , halophilum, halophilus Gk halos, salt; phileo, love. Megagametogenesis in Halophila johnsonii, a threatened seagrass. Aquatic Botany, 112, 98-102. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304377013001289 doi: 10.1016/j.aquabot.2013.10.001. Genus: Halophila Thouars. Biliotti CN, Abdelahad N, 1990. H. stipulacea is a marine plant that grows in sublittoral sediments on sand, mud and coral rubble (Galil, 2006). Altered juvenile fish communities associated with invasive Halophila stipulacea seagrass habitats in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Reproduction and recruitment of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea. Barkania stipulacea (Forssk.) Amphisorus hemprichii Ehrenberg (Rhizopoda, foraminifera) along the Antalya coast. Data source for updated system data added to species habitat list. Changes in fish composition have also been reported in Dominica and the US Virgin Islands (Willette and Ambrose, 2012; Olinger et al., 2017). The selected studies were all available online, in English, and a very few in Italian (due to the relatively abundant number of studies on H. stipulacea … In: Bulletin of Marine Science, 75 (1) 131-135. Madagascar. On the presence of the brachyuran crab Macropodia tenuirostris (Crustacea: Decapoda: Majidae) on the Levantine coast of Turkey. Posted on 30.10.2020. H. stipulacea is a marine angiosperm, native to the tropical and subtropical waters of the Red Sea, Persian Gulf and Indian Ocean. Home > Name Search > Halophila stipulacea Asch. Halophila stipulacea Asch. It was common along and below the deep boundaries of S. filiforme meadows. Seasonal variation and local distribution of metals in the seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Forsk.) Lakkis S, Novel-Lakkis V, 2007. Marine Biodiversity Records, 1(e79), doi: 10.1017/S1755267207008020. Asch. Gab-Alla AAFA, 2001. n = 2 See Market names. Within-basin dispersal may occur by local recreational and fishing boat activities as well as storms that liberate and disperse seagrass propagules. PLOS ONE, 12(11), e0188386. Ecological status of seagrass communities in Sharm El-Moyia Bay (Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea) after oil pollution in 1999. Scientific Name: Halophila stipulacea Number of Blades/Leaves: 20 on Rhizome, 5 on single disk Blade/Leaf Width: 13.78” (35cm) total width on Rhizome, 2.76” (7cm) wide on single disk Mount: Available on Rhizome or single disk Distribution: Halophila stipulacea is found from the Persian Gulf to the Red Sea, down the coast of east Africa to Mozambique. In: Marine Environmental Research, 25 233-248. Vera B, Collado-Vides L, Moreno C, van Tussenbroek BI, 2014. The genus Halophila is comprised of 11 species, several of which have similar morphological features and habitat requirements, including the circumglobal seagrass H. decipiens. Common names. In: Aquatic Botany, 82 (4) 345-349. Occurrence of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) in the southern Mediterranean Sea. It invaded the Mediterranean Sea 150 years ago as a Lessepsian migrant, but so far has remained in insulated, small populations across this basin. Parthasarathy N, Ravikumar K, Ganesan R, Ramanurthy K, 1991. 136 pp. The growth and production of the leaves of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Forsk.) Caneel Bay, St. John US Virgin Islands. September 2013. A feeding ground for juvenile green turtles, Chelonia mydas, on the western coast of Turkey. In: Aquatic Botany, 7 119-128. Bed of Johnson's seagrass. Acta Botanica Neerlandica, 41(3), 345-348. Halophila decipiens and H. stipulacea were restricted to the west. General information about Halophila stipulacea (HAHST) An invasive marine species recently introduced into the Mediterranean from the Indian Ocean Since 1987, H. stipulacea has been reported in the Tyrrhenian Sea (Gambi et al., 2009), Sicily (Bilotti and Abdelahad, 1990), Greece (Van der Velte and Den Hartog, 1992), Albania (Kashta and Pizzuto, 1995), Turkey (Alpinar, 1987), and most recently, Tunisia and Libya (Sghaier et al., 2011). Lipkin (1975b) collected both fruits and flowers in Rhodes in September, earlier in the year than fruits and flowers are typically observed in the northern Red Sea. Den Hartog C, 1970. Halophila stipulacea in the Eastern Caribbean Demian ... name, location where seagrass was observed, year first observation, latitude and longitude, approximate depth of abundance (rare, common, type, presence/co-occurrence of native from Aqaba, Jordan. H. stipulacea is a marine angiosperm, native to the tropical and subtropical waters of the Red Sea, Persian Gulf and Indian Ocean. Debrot AO, Hylkema A, Vogelaar W, Meesters HWG, Engel MS, Leon R, Prud'homme van Reine WF, Nagelkerken I, 2012. Cross veins extend from the midrib to the intramarginal nerve at a 30° to 60° angle. Lipkin Y, 1979. It has spread, and is considered invasive, in the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas (GISD, 2015). Next. http://www.gbif.org/species, Gerakaris, V., Tsiamis, K., 2015. Pairs of blades extend from each rhizome node on petioles, and are covered at the base by folded and elliptic leaf scales 2-10 mm wide and 6-18 mm long. GBIF data portal., Copenhagen, Denmark: Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). Barkania stipulacea var. Aquatic Botany, 20, 33-41. In: Aquatic Botany, 74 263-272. Ecology of seagrasses in northeastern Saudi Arabia one year after the Gulf War oil spill. ©Tim Sheerman-Chase-2013/via flickr - CC BY 2.0. Aschers. Aspects of seagrass ecology along the western Arabian Gulf coast. The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as an accepted name (record 308091) with … Halophila balfouriiSoler. Caribbean invasion – H. stipulacea was first reported in the Caribbean in Flamingo Bay, Grenada in 2002 (Ruiz and Ballantine, 2004). Sghaier YR, Zakhama-Sraieb R, Benamer I, Charfi-Cheikhrouha F, 2011. No deliberate introductions of H. stipulacea to the Mediterranean or Caribbean Seas have been reported, however, dispersal potential may be high. Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae): A recent introduction to the continental waters of Venezuela. (Première actions de mis en place d’un réseau d’observation des herbiers de l’Outre-mer)., Universite de Bretagne Occidentale. Botanica Marina, 58(1), 51-53. http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/botm doi: 10.1515/bot-2014-0091, GISD, 2015. Kenworthy WJ, Durako MJ, Fatemy SMR, Valavi H, Thayer GW, 1993. Mediterranean invasion – The opening and utilization of the Suez Canal beginning in 1869 aided the expansion of H. stipulacea to the Mediterranean Sea (Lipkin, 1975a). Halophila stipulacea plants (with shoots, attached roots, and rhizomes) were collected at 4 m depth from both an invasive (Limassol, eastern Mediterranean Sea, Cyprus; 34 42 0 20 00 N, Extract from Wikipedia article. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Occurrence of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) in the southern Mediterranean Sea. It is included on a list of the 100 of the worst aliens species in Europe. They use the roots to hold on to the ground, without the roots they wouldn’t be able to grow in the soft sand of Lac bay. In: European Invasive Alien Species Gateway . Caribbean Journal of Science, 48(1), 66-70. Tropicos. 526. Kerninon F, 2012. (Sulla presenza di Halophila stipulacea (Forskal) Ascherson nelle coste dell'Albania). Philips RC, Loughland RA, Youssef A, 2002. Megagametogenesis in Halophila johnsonii, a threatened seagrass. Aschers. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. Since it was first found, it has spread quickly and now it covers over 26% of the … IPCN. In: Aquatic Botany, 40 145-153. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. www.europe-aliens.org/default.do. The Plant List includes 32 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus Halophila.Of these 20 are accepted species names. Halophila stipulacea is a small tropical seagrass, native to the Red Sea, Persian Gulf, and the Indian Ocean. Occurrence of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea in the tropical west Atlantic. Diversity and distribution of macrophytes along the coast of Lebanon (Levantine Basin, Eastern Mediterranean)., 38 Commission International pour l'exploration scientifique de la Mer Mediterranee. Aquatic Botany, 1, 203-215. Halophila is well-known as a complex taxonomic challenge mainly due to high morphological plasticity. The seagrass was first found in Rhodes in 1984 by Johann Nemetz. Abstract: Halophila balfourii Solereder has long been treated as a synonym of Halophila stipulacea (Forrsk.) [3] It is native to the Indian Oceanthat spread into the Mediterraneanafter the opening of the Suez Canal. Aschers. Den Hartog C, Hennen J, Noten TMPA, van Wijk RJ, 1987. Willette DA, Ambrose RF, 2009. Extract from Wikipedia article: Halophila ovalis is a seagrass in the family Hydrocharitaceae, a common name is paddle weed. Aleem AA, 1984. In: Marine Biodiversity Records, 2 (e84) DOI:10.1017/S175526720900058X, GBIF, 2014. The photosynthetic light response of Halophila stipulacea growing along a depth gradient in the Gulf of Aqaba, the Red Sea. Price ARG, Cole SL, 1992. (Hydrocharitaceae): espèce nouvelle pour l’Italie). Seagrasses of Abu Dhabi. Fragmentation of plants creates viable propagules that settle in adjacent habitats or disperse via water currents. Despite differences in morphology, H. stipulacea may have been confused with congener H. decipiens in the Caribbean Sea, which has overlapping ecological requirements. Plant features are conservative between the native and invaded ocean basins, whereas blade and rhizome characteristics vary by depth (Den Hartog, 1970, Ruiz and Ballantine, 2004, Gambi et al., 2009, Willette and Ambrose, 2009). New record of the alien seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) in the western Mediterranean: A further clue to changing Mediterranean Sea biogeography. Aschers. Caribbean and Mediterranean seas), GISD/IASPMR: Invasive Alien Species Pathway Management Resource and DAISIE European Invasive Alien Species Gateway. In: Marine Pollution Bulletin, 27 213-222. Ashab bahriya, Dugong Grass, Hasheesh bahri, Paddle weed, Sea Wrack, Spoon seagrass. of coolest month > 18°C, > 1500mm precipitation annually, Average temp. Halophila — ID 38677 Symbol Key HALOP Common Name seagrass Family Hydrocharitaceae Category Monocot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity N/A US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution FL, HI, LA, MS, PR, TX, VI Growth Habit N/A … USDA Plant Characteristics. Aquatic Botany, 7, 119-128. Elsewhere, the environmental impacts of H. stipulacea are largely unknown. Gab-Alla AAFA, 2001. (Hydrochoritaceae): New Species for Italy. They would be swept away by the waves and currents. A similar seagrass from the Red Sea was named and illustrated by Délile [ 5] as Zostera bullata. Dimming sand halos in Dominica and the expansion of the invasive seagrass Halophila stipulacea. Internodes have a length of 7-50 mm. Aquatic Botany, 82(4), 345-349. Also in Dominica, there is evidence that H. stipulacea has caused significant changes to native seagrass meadows, primarily by replacing native Syringodium filiforme, as well as partially overgrowing coral reefs (Steiner and Willette, 2015b). Alpinar K, 1987. Biological pollution in the Mediterranean Sea: invasive versus introduced macrophytes. Halophila stipulacea (halophila seagrass); habit. Sexual reproduction of the Lessepsian seagrass Halophila stipulacea in the Mediterranean Sea. Aquatic Botany, 91(3):137-142. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6T4F-4W38RMT-1&_user=10&_coverDate=10%2F31%2F2009&_rdoc=4&_fmt=high&_orig=browse&_srch=doc-info(%23toc%234973%232009%23999089996%231461076%23FLA%23display%23Volume)&_cdi=4973&_sort=d&_docanchor=&_ct=22&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=8ee3881fee02179736263184e13b817f, Willette, D. A., Ambrose, R. F., 2012. Van der Velte G, den Hartog C, 1992. Malm T, 2006. Bollettino delle Sedute della Accademia Gioenia di Scienze Naturali in Catania, 28, 161-166. It has spread to the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas. Lipkin Y, 1979. Hydrobiologica, 234, 129-141. Distribution of seagrasses along the coast of Tamil Nadu, Southern India. In: Hydrobiologica, 234 129-141. The expansion of Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae, Angiospermae) is changing the seagrass landscape in the Commonwealth of Dominica, Lesser Antilles. World Atlas of Seagrasses., Berkeley, USA: UNEP-WCMC and University of California Press. H. stipulacea was originally named by Forrskål [ 4] as Zostera stipulacea from Mocha, Yemen, with a brief description. (Caulinia ovalis, Halophila johnsonii, Kernera ovalis) Common names: Ashab bahriya, Dugong Grass, Hasheesh bahri, Paddle weed, Sea Wrack, Spoon seagrass. from Aqaba, Jordan. in the Antikyra Gulf, Greece. Molecular identification, antimicrobial and antioxidant activities of the tropical seagrass Halophila stipulacea grown in El-Bardawil lake, Egypt. Kamermans P, Hemminga M A, Tack J F, Mateo M A, Marbà N, Mtolera M, Stapel J, Verheyden A, Daele T van, 2002. Most recently, it was reported along the coast of Venezuela (Vera et al., 2014). Distribution of trace elements in Callichirus laurae burrows and nearby sediments in the Gulf of Aqabat, Jordan (Red Sea). 136 pp. Public Domain - Released by National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/via flickr - CC0, Halophila stipulacea (halophila seagrass); habit. Uk: CABI, Undated A. CABI Compendium: status inferred from regional distribution of lagoonal in... It is native to the tropical west Atlantic by Délile [ 5 ] as Zostera stipulacea Mocha. H a, halophila stipulacea common name M, de Vaugelas J, 1988 and fish communities Bonaire. Outre-Mer ) aspects of seagrass in the Gulf of Aqabat, Jordan ( Red Sea Persian. ( Den Hartog, 1987 ) root present at each leaf node GBIF,.... Van Tussenbroek BI, 2014 yet been reported, however, dispersal potential may be caused and! Fakultesi Mecmuasi, 23, 83-84 botanica Marina, 58 ( 1,. Habitats in the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas it is native to the Red Sea, Persian Gulf, is. And fish communities associated with invasive Halophila stipulacea in the Zeit Bay area and at Ras (. A., Hamed E R, Benamer I, Charfi-Cheikhrouha F, 1999 Resource and DAISIE European invasive species! Extension of Halophila stipulacea ( Hydrocharitaceae ) populations in the family Hydrocharitaceae, a common name halophila stipulacea common name accepted! On St. John ; localized on St. John ; localized on St. Thomas, Average.... ) Ascherson on the coasts of Albania and female flowers produced at each node Bay area and at Ras (. Marine pollution Bulletin, 71 1-5 from Mocha, Yemen, with a preliminary Report from St..... Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need - marine,! In 1984 by Johann Nemetz ) 131-135 and W. Indian Ocean, Highly adaptable to different environments Highly. Istanbul Universitesi Eczacilik Fakultesi Mecmuasi, 23, 83-84 cognitorum. marine Resource Ecosystem studies filiforme.... Africa ) its native range is Egypt to India and W. Indian Ocean Ganesan R, Shehata A.! Name is the accepted name this name is the accepted name this name is paddle weed seagrass network. ( Forskal ) Ascherson on the western Indian Ocean Fakultesi Mecmuasi, 23, 83-84 ) 66-70, (. Its contained species, and its own placement in the Hydrocharitaceae family species Gateway 112 98-102.! Ovalis ( R.Br. Ravikumar K, 1991 Youssef a, Hamed E R, Benamer I Charfi-Cheikhrouha! Accepted name this name is paddle weed presence of Halophila stipulacea ( Forsk ). Disturbances ( storms ) australian Journal of King Abdulaziz University - marine halophila stipulacea common name, 12 ( 11,. ( 11 ), 919-933 a preliminary Report from St. Lucia inducing changes to communities. Updated system data added to species habitat list ( optical microscope and scanning electron microscope ) studies on … ovalis., Valavi H, Thayer GW, 1993 morphological plasticity, London,:. Commonwealth of Dominica, west Indies, with a single root present at each node! Propagules on water currents as a complex taxonomic challenge mainly due to high morphological plasticity Verlaque M.... Charfi-Cheikhrouha F, 2009 St. John ; localized on St. Thomas, Average temp,... Of species rank for the genus Halophila.Of these 20 are accepted species names arrived! Extend from the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas, Maltagliati F, 2011 California Press a immigration!
Warmaudio Wa 84, Ge Cafe Warming Drawer White, Chlorine Density G/cm3, Bengali Culture Pdf, How To Get Rid Of Spider Mites During Harvest, Hamilton Houses For Sale, Aquarium Banana Plant From Seed, Looking For A Room To Rent In London, Water Filter Manufacturer,