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Anabaena  St. Vincent, 1886, Ex Bornet and Flah
Taxonomic Serial No.: 1100

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
  Kingdom: Bacteria  
  Taxonomic Rank: Genus  
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  Current Standing: valid  
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - minimum standards met  
  Global Species Completeness: unknown   
  Latest Record Review: unknown   

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
 KingdomBacteria Cavalier-Smith, 2002 – bactéries, bacteria, bacterias, bactérias  
    SubkingdomNegibacteria Cavalier-Smith, 2002  
       PhylumCyanobacteria Cavalier-Smith, 2002 – blue-green algae, cyanophytes  
                   GenusAnabaena St. Vincent, 1886, Ex Bornet and Flah  
    Direct Children:  
                      SpeciesAnabaena aequalis Borge, 1907  
                      SpeciesAnabaena affinis Lemmermann  
                      SpeciesAnabaena angstumalis Schmidle, 1899  
                      SpeciesAnabaena aphanizomendoides Forti  
                      SpeciesAnabaena azollae Strasburger, 1884  
                      SpeciesAnabaena bornetiana Collins  
                      SpeciesAnabaena catenula   
                      SpeciesAnabaena circinalis Rabenhorst  
                      SpeciesAnabaena confervoides Reinsch.  
                      SpeciesAnabaena constricta   
                      SpeciesAnabaena cycadeae J. Reinke  
                      SpeciesAnabaena cylindrica Lemmermann, 1896  
                      SpeciesAnabaena echinispora Skuja  
                      SpeciesAnabaena felisii Born. and Flah.  
                      SpeciesAnabaena flosaquae (Lyngb.) Breb.  
                      SpeciesAnabaena helicoidea Bernard, 1908  
                      SpeciesAnabaena inaequalis (Kutzing) Bornet and F  
                      SpeciesAnabaena lapponica Borge  
                      SpeciesAnabaena laxa (Rebenh.) A. Braun  
                      SpeciesAnabaena lemmermannii P. Richter  
                      SpeciesAnabaena levanderi Lemmermann  
                      SpeciesAnabaena limnetica G. Smith  
                      SpeciesAnabaena macrospora Klebahn, 1895  
                      SpeciesAnabaena oscillarioides St. Vincent, 1886, Ex Bornet and Flah  
                      SpeciesAnabaena planctonica Brunnthaler  
                      SpeciesAnabaena scheremetievi Elenkin  
                      SpeciesAnabaena sphaerica   
                      SpeciesAnabaena spiroides   
                      SpeciesAnabaena subcylindrica   
                      SpeciesAnabaena torulosa   
                      SpeciesAnabaena unispora Gardner  
                      SpeciesAnabaena variabilis   
                      SpeciesAnabaena verrucosa Boye-peterson  
                      SpeciesAnabaena viguieri Dennis and Fremy, 1923  
                      SpeciesAnabaena wisconsinense Prescott  
                      SpeciesAnabaena zierlingii   

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  Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version 8.0)  
  Acquired: 1996   
  Reference for: Anabaena   
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  Comment: Note that for bacteria that are not Cyanobacteria (blue-gree algae), there are a large number of old names that have not been validated for use since the 1980 cut-off for nomenclature. Many of these are effectively unidentifiable and cannot be properly placed in synonymy. Such names are not being added to ITIS, but when they already existed in the database, they are being treated as database artifacts and left linked to the kingdom-level name Bacteria. When and if such names are properly placed in the modern literature they can be moved, as needed, in ITIS. Note also that the vast majority of cyanobacterial names, while not validly published under the bacterial Code, may be validly published under the botanical Code, which is the applicable Code of nomenclature for this group. As a review of the nomenclatural validity of cyanobacteria is undertaken these may be treated and placed as appropriate within ITIS  



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