Sexual reproduction in Codium fragile ssp. The sea slug Elysia viridis (the "sap-sucking slug") feeds on C. tomentosum and C. fragile and has a symbiotic relationship with them. Trowbridge CD, 2002. Consultancy Report. Changing community states in the Gulf of Maine: Synergism between invaders, overfishing, and climate change. If you have images for this taxon that you would like to share It was first observed in Long Island Sound on the northwest Atlantic Coast in 1957 (Bouck and Morgan, 1957). Codium fragile tomentosoides (Goor) P.C.Silva, 1955 synonym: UKSI Classification unranked Biota kingdom Plantae phylum Chlorophyta subphylum Chlorophytina class Ulvophyceae order Bryopsidales family Codiaceae genus Codium species Codium fragile subspecies Codium fragile infrasp. It is also found in sheltered habitats such as bays and harbours (Mathieson et al., 2003). http://www.algaebase.org. The sea slugs, Sacoglossa and Nudibranchia (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia), of the Netherlands. This leads to an increase in labour costs during harvesting and processing associated with the need to remove the algae (Carlton and Scanlon, 1985; Trowbridge, 1999). C. fragile ssp. tomentosoides is either by motile unicells or vegetative fragments(Chapman, 1999; Mathieson et al.,2003). subspecies: Codium fragile fragile Date: 2014-07-03 (absent) Wales OSGR: SM902057 Data resource: Marine Non Native Species records from Natural Resources Wales (NRW) Monitoring Research and Ad-hoc Sightings Basis of record: Human observation View record - sea lettuce Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot Phylum Chlorophyta, Class Bryopsidophyceae, Order Codiales, Family Codiaceae Erect thallus to 30 cm long, cylindrical 3-8 mm diameter, ~dichotomously branched; dark green to green-black. tomentosoides in tide pools on a rocky shore in Nova Scotia. Codium fragile is a very slimy, spongy algae. 42:137-144. http://www.algaebase.org. Natural enemies of C. fragile ssp. Family: Codiaceae. 71:219-243. 79D) medium to dark green, erect, terete, repeatedly sulidichotomously and often laterally branched, 5���30 cm high, attached by a broad ��� Tracking the invasive history of the green alga Codium fragile ssp. 19:127-132. It attaches to rocks, shells, or other hard substrates, and is often covered with epiphytic species (Villalard-Bohnsack, 1995). Wassman R; Ramus J, 1973. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. Chapman A S, 1999. 2) fouling of the Japanese or Pacific oyster, It also can be spread via boating, packing material for fishery products (such as lobsters and bait worms), and water currents (, Epiphytes and herbivores can be found associated with, Consequently, changes in community structure and composition, such as that observed in the Gulf of Maine, by. 84:384-387. It is usually 10-20 cm tall, the branches are 3-10 mm thick and have the consistency of a sponge. fragilepuede introducirse naturalmente por las corrientes marinas y accidentalmente incrustada en los cascos de barcos, redes de arrastre, adherido a conchas de mariscos de uso comercial y en el material de embalaje para productos de pesca (CABI, 2016). Biological Invasions, No. 35b, 37. fragile. Growth of the green alga Codium fragile in a Connecticut estuary. 83:207-220. An assessment of the potential spread and options for control of the introduced green macroalga Codium fragile ssp. Anticoagulant properties of seaweed-derived SP have been verified in this regard. Codium fragile subesp. Malinowski KC; Ramus J, 1973. Discovery, No. tomentosoides. Growth and survival of the invasive green alga Codium fragile ssp. Phylum: Chlorophyta Class: Ulvophyceae Order: Bryopsidales Family: Codiaceae Genus: Codium Species: fragile. E��� stata introdotta e diffusa in Europa involontariamente in quanto attaccata ai crostacei, alle ostriche, agli scafi delle navi o sotto forma di spore nei serbatoi compensatori e marginalmente con il trasporto ed il galleggiamento. Ramus J, 1971. Gross morphological differences among the subspecies of C. fragile are not obvious. In addition, it can tolerate wide ranges of temperature and salinity which contribute to it becoming a dominant species when conditions permit. tomentosoides (van Goor) Silva, on the native snail, Lacuna vincta (Montagu), in the Gulf of Maine. USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, 157-163. tomentosoides is native to east Asia; the first exotic occurrence being in Holland around 1900, presumably introduced with shellfish (Silva, 1955, 1957). Guiry MD; Guiry GM, 2007. Vernacular names: Spúinse (Ireland), Green Sponge Fingers, Velvet Horns (Britain), Fleece, Sponge Tang (North America), Chonggak (Korea), Miru ��� Carlton J T, Scanlon J A, 1985. This species also causes a nuisance to humans when it accumulates ��� Prince JS; Trowbridge CD, 2004. tomentosoides) are considered as weeds in several parts of the world (Silva, 1955; 1957; Trowbridge, 1998; 1999). Trowbridge CD, 1999. Journal of Phycology, No. The dichotomous species of Codium in Britain. Ulva spp. Helgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen, No. tomentosoides can withstand temperatures as low as -2°C (Fralick and Mathieson, 1972). Dromgoole FI, 1975. NOTAS SOBRE LA AUTOECOLOGÍA DE LA ESPECIE Y PROBLEMÁTICA ��� > 10°C, coldest month < 0°C, dry summers), Continental climate with dry winter (Warm average temp. 1:311-325. Botanica Marina. The segments look like dark green fingers. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Bulletin Torrey Botany Club, No. tomentosoides. Hanisak MD, 1979. You help to protect the natural stocks. tomentosoides (Chlorophyceae) and four other seaweeds. tomentosoides can be spread or introduced through natural dispersal such as water currents and by accidental introduction via ship’s hulls and shellfish. General Description. Growth patterns of Codium fragile ssp. Highly adaptable to different environments, Tolerates, or benefits from, cultivation, browsing pressure, mutilation, fire etc, Modification of natural benthic communities, Highly likely to be transported internationally accidentally, Difficult to identify/detect as a commodity contaminant, Interventionist control methods (species reduction or eradication), Chemical treatment such as using Diquat, Stomp, copper sulphate or sodium hypochlorite, Mechanical control such dredging and dragging, Biological control by using specialized sea slugs (ascoglossans) that feed on, Prevent contaminated shellfish from being introduced to new areas. tomentosoides can have an economic impact on shellfish and fishing industries. (AM AK295137-1).jpg 2,048 × 1,536; 734 KB However, when discussing control of another invasive species, Codium fragile, it has been noted that control is very difficult . Botanica Marina, No. 14 (1), 189-194. http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/rd.asp?code=MEC&goto=journal DOI:10.1111/j.1365-294X.2004.02384.x. Codium fragile is easy to breed. Bragt PHVan, 2004. tomentosoides as determined by tissue analysis. Harris LG; Jones AC, 2005. Identification: Codium fragile, or "Dead Man's Fingers" is a seaweed named for its dark green color and soft, felt-like texture. Compiled distribution map provided by [data resource not known], This map contains both point- and grid-based occurrences at different resolutions. Impact on HabitatsBecause C. fragile ssp. tomentosoides is an opportunistic alga, its spread can alter the ecosystem by replacing the dominant species such as kelp (Harris and Tyrrell, 2001). Fralick and Mathieson (1973) showed that optimal conditions for net photosynthesis of C. fragile ssp. tomentosoides were between 21-24°C and 900-1100 foot-candles. Clase: Chlorophyceae. Carlton JT; Scanlon JA, 1985. > 0°C, dry winters), Continental climate, wet all year (Warm average temp. tomentosoides (Chlorophyta) in the North Atlantic Ocean? From introduced species to invader: what determines variation in the success of Codium fragile ssp. Dark green. 82:1029-1030. Dispersal with other algae used as packing material for fishery products such as lobsters and bait worms. > 10°C, coldest month < 0°C, dry winters), East Asia to Europe, Europe to NW Atlantic Coast and Southern Hemisphere, Between European countries, NW Atalantic coast, and Southern Hemisphere, Species: Codium fragile subsp. tomentosoides, Transport via attachment to the shells of commercial oysters, Accidental introduction by commercial fishermen who collect. Journal of Molluscan Studies, No. tomentosoides in natural habitat. > 10°C, Cold average temp. phylum Chlorophyta ... Codium species ... Codium fragile Name Synonyms Acanthocodium fragile Suringar, 1867 Homonyms Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot Common names viltwier in Dutch ��뷸�얕�� in language. 52:277-289. Chavanich S; Harris LG, 2002. > 0°C, wet all year, Cs - Warm temperate climate with dry summer, Warm average temp. tomentosoides is a dark green alga, up to 1 m in length. tomentosoides can be found year around on open coasts, estuaries, tide pools, and intertidal and subtidal zones. Hobart, Australia: CSIRO Marine Research/ Center for Research on Introduced Pests. Aquatic Invasions, 1(3):99-108. http://www.aquaticinvasions.ru/2006/AI_2006_1_3_Chavanich_etal.pdf. In: Oceanography and Marine Biology Annual Review, 1-64. In: Consultancy Report, Hobart, Australia: CSIRO Marine Research/ Center for Research on Introduced Pests. General information about Codium fragile (KODFR) THIS WEBSITE USES COOKIES Our website uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best possible online experience. maclovianae Maggs According To NZIB (2012-) New Zealand Inventory of Biodiversity Name Based Concepts Subordinate Taxon Concept Full Name Codium fragile subsp. Aquatic Invasions. tomentosoides has spread throughout the northern and southern hemispheres including the northeastern and northwestern Atlantic, the Mediterranean, Australia, New Zealand, the eastern central Pacific, and southeastern Pacific. Thick algae with long cylindrical branches arising in a forked pattern on one plane (distichous) tapering slightly at tips. tomentosoides in tide pools on a rocky shore in Nova Scotia. Originally thought to be an introduction, it is now generally recognised as native. 2 (1), 74-76. http://www.aquaticinvasions.ru/2007/AI_2007_2_1_Tsiamis_Panayotidis.pdf DOI:10.3391/ai.2007.2.1.10, Suchana Chavanich, Chulalongkorn University, Department of Marine Science, Faculty of Science, Bangkok 10330, Thailand. Fletcher RL; Blunden G; Smith BE; Rogers DJ; Fish BC, 1989. Galway, Ireland: National University of Ireland. 11:67-70. Nitrogen limitation of Codium fragile ssp. Haltung im Aquarium: Berichte über eine erfolgreiche und längerfristige Haltung fehlen bisher. Chavanich S; Harris LG; Je JongGeel; Kang RaeSeon, 2006. La codium fragile è infatti originaria dell'oceano pacifico intorno al Giappone. tomentosoides also has parthenogenetic gametes that germinate without fertilization (Trowbridge, 1999). tomentosoides populations is quite low. tomentosoides on Australian shores. Donate / Support the NBN Atlas and the NBN, Search BHL for references to Codium fragile. tomentosoides is an alga that has been introduced around the globe through shellfish aquaculture, recreational boating, and transport on ship hulls. New Jersey, USA: Rutgers University. Characteristics: This characteristic seaweed has many common names; green sea fingers, dead man's fingers, felty fingers, stag seaweed and oyster thief, among others. Wallingford, UK: CABI. by Pederson J]. If you are interested in Codium fragile, please contact us at Your dealer for a progeny instead of a wildcat. Botanica Marina. Fralick RA; Mathieson AC, 1972. tomentosoides (van Goor) Silva (Chlorophyceae, Siphonales) in New England. In: Proceedings of the XLVI Reunión Anual de la Sociedad de Biología de Chile, XVI Reunión Anual de la Sociedad de Ecología de Chile, Puyehue, Chile, R-56 [Proceedings of the XLVI Reunión Anual de la Sociedad de Biología de Chile, XVI Reunión Anual de la Sociedad de Ecología de Chile, Puyehue, Chile, R-56], Provan J, Murphy S, Maggs C A, 2005. tomentosoides is not a palatable alga (Prince and LeBlanc, 1992; Trowbridge, 1995; Chavanich and Harris, 2004), the impact of herbivores on C. fragile ssp. Bouck GB; Morgan E, 1957. tomentosoides (van Goor) P.C. The plant usually grows up to 20- species like Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot, 1889. Aquatic Invasions, 2(1):74-76. http://www.aquaticinvasions.ru/2007/AI_2007_2_1_Tsiamis_Panayotidis.pdf. When the fluids from the algae are ingested, the chloroplasts remain intact and photosynthetically active in the digestive diverticula of the slug for some days. Occurrence of Codium fragile subsp. is considered to have six subspecies, three of which (including, also has parthenogenetic gametes that germinate without fertilization (, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Codium, genus of about 50 species of marine green algae (family Codiaceae) usually found in deep pools along rocky coasts. Later in 1977, it was found in San Francisco Bay, California, USA (Silva, 1979). Mathieson AC; Dawes CJ; Harris LG; Hehre EJ, 2003. 51:117-134. It is a dark fairly large green seaweed, which grows on hard surfaces at the deep end of the tidal zone. 9:102-110. atlanticum (A.D. Cotton) P.C. Botanica Marina, No. Expansion of the Asiatic green alga Codium fragile subsp. TAXONOMÍA: Phylum: Chlorophyta. 277-289. Codium fragile ssp. It also can be spread via boating, and packing material for fishery products. Bulleri et al. Host-plant change in marine specialist herbivores: Ascoglossan sea slugs on introduced macroalgae. Chavanich S, Harris L G, Je JongGeel, Kang RaeSeon, 2006. Hanisak MD, 1979. 404-412. The centre of Codium fragile diversity is assumed to be in East Asia (Japan and Korea), where the species is highly variable (Silva, 1955; Provan et al., 2005). Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. 476-485. Two of these haplotypes were also found in populations introduced to other countries from Japan. tomentosoides is considered as an invasive marine alga as it has the capacity to spread rapidly via asexual reproduction and fragmentation, and has invaded many coastal waters including those of Europe and America. C. fragile ssp. Es wird ein Aquarium von mindestens 50 Liter empfohlen. The influence of macroalgae on seasonal abundance and feeding preference of a subtidal snail, Lacuna vincta (Montagu) (Littorinidae) in the Gulf of Maine. tomentosoides. Codium in Scandinavian waters. Its spread has also had a negative impact on benthic communities. In general, C. fragile is considered to have six subspecies, three of which (including C. fragile ssp. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are The occurrence of Codium in Long Island waters. Distribution pattern of the green alga Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot, 1889 in its native range, Korea. Mesoherbivory: the ascoglossan sea slug Placida dendritica may contribute to the restricted distribution of its algal host. CABI is a registered EU trademark. > 10°C, Cold average temp. tomentosoides on Scottish rocky intertidal shores. In east Asia (Japan and Korea), where Codium fragile is a native species, its spread is restricted to areas where water temperatures are between 10-20°C (Lee and Kang, 1986; Segawa, 1996). Silva PC, 1955. Reproduction in the green macroalqa Codium (Chlorophyta): characterization of gametes. Kingston, RI, USA: A Publication of the Rhode Island Natural History Survey. tomentosoides (Chlorophyta) on the Atlantic coast of North America. DISTRIBUCIÓN GENERAL NATIVA: Norte del Océano Pací詮� co y costa de Japón. Paul Silva was an expert on the genus Codium taxonomy at the University of California at Berkeley. Oh YS; Lee LP; Lee IK, 1987. Codium fragile (Suhr) Hariot. Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot h forked tubular (dichot- omous) MACRO PLANT Preserved (bleached) specimens of Codium fragile (A10988) viewed at different magnifications 1. detached utricle showing the elongate shape, basal threads and hair (h) 2, 3 .detail of utricle tips at two different magnifications, ��� Trowbridge CD; Todd CD, 1999. Journal of Ecology, No. Colored Illustrations of the Seaweeds of Japan. (KODSS) Codium tomentosum (KODTO) Contact EPPO; EPPO Website; There are also no plans to restore habitats invaded by this alga. 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. Classification: Phylum or Division: Chlorophyta. Codium is a genus of seaweed in the Chlorophyta of the order Bryopsidales. tomentosoides (Chlorophyceae) from the northeast coast of North America. Some species are dichotomously branching and ��� 6:59-68. Gametangia containing two types of biflagellate cells have been found, although the function of male gametes is still unclear (Prince, 1988; Trowbridge, 1999). Class: Chlorophyceae or Bryopsidophyceae. C. fragile ssp. Order: Codiales or Bryopsidales. 7:1-125. Proceedings of the XLVI Reunión Anual de la Sociedad de Biología de Chile, XVI Reunión Anual de la Sociedad de Ecología de Chile, Puyehue, Chile, R-56. tomentosoides: indirect evidence of sacoglossan herbivory? tomentosoides, with only four haplotypes present. tomentosoides: C. fragile ssp. tomentosoides are usually herbivores such as molluscs, crustaceans, and echinoderms (Harris and Mathieson, 2000; Harris and Tyrrell, 2001; Scheibling and Anthony, 2001; Trowbridge and Todd, 2001; Chavanich and Harris, 2002; Chavanich and Harris, 2004). European Journal of Phycology, No. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, No. 47:461-470. > 0°C, dry summers, Cw - Warm temperate climate with dry winter, Warm temperate climate with dry winter (Warm average temp. tomentosoides can become a dominant member in invaded habitats and can alter community composition and function. C. fragile ssp. Churchill AC; Moeller HW, 1972. CABI, Undated. However, Trowbridge (1999) suggests several potential methods of reducing and preventing further spread of C. fragile ssp. Hariot ssp. tomentosoides in the Gulf of Maine. 50:161-179. It then spread rapidly across the Mediterranean and Europe during the World War II (Silva, 1955, 1957; Trowbridge and Todd, 1999). C. fragile ssp. tomentosoides (Chlorophyta) on the Atlantic coast of North America. tomentosoides is considered as an invasive marine alga as it has the capacity to spread rapidly via asexual reproduction and fragmentation, and has invaded many coastal waters including those of Europe and America. Temperature, herbivory and epibiont acquisition as factors controlling the distribution and ecological role of an invasive seaweed. There are a handful of records for the Outer Hebrides of Codium fragile ��� 155-165. © Copyright 2020 CAB International. 34:565-577. However, they can be differentiated on the variation in size and shape of utricles (Silva, 1955, 1957). 1:61-72. Kang JW, 1966. CABI Compendium: Status inferred from regional distribution. Aquatic Invasions. Silva (Chlorophyta: Bryopsidophyceae: Bryopsidales: Codiaceae) in Greece. Development of reproductive structures in the introduced green alga, Codium fragile ssp. Oceanography and Marine Biology Annual Review, No. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift, No. Harris LG; Mathieson AC, 2000. The authors conclude that there were at least two separate introductions of C. fragile ssp. 竊�1. USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, 46-56. Botanical Journal of Scotland, No. Prince JS; LeBlanc WG, 1992. However, in Japan and Korea, C. fragile is considered a single species with no subspecies (Segawa, 1996; Chavanich et al., 2006). Molecular Ecology. Begin C, Scheibling R E, 2003. Occurrence of Codium fragile subspecies tomentosoides in New Zealand waters. Ecology of the green macroalga Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot 1889: Invasive and non-invasive subspecies. Silva, 1955. The species fouls shellfish beds and causes a myriad of impacts on shellfish communities. Codium reported from a New Jersey estuary. Codium, the invader. 68:73-78. 3:9-21. Growth and survival of the invasive green alga Codium fragile ssp. Bulleri F; Branca MG; Abbiati M; Airoldi L, 2007. tomentosoides from Japan. Selected citations: Lucas 1936: 54, fig. Tracking the invasive history of the green alga Codium fragile ssp. tomentosoides, in the northern Adriatic Sea. Scientific ��� tomentosoides. Trowbridge C D, 1998. In its native range, C. fragile is a member of the underwater understory assemblage below the dominant canopy species whereas in disturbed or invaded habitats, C. fragile is a dominant canopy species (Chavanich et al., 2006). Villalard-Bohnsack M, 1995. interested in participating in a survey for Hubbard CB; Garbary DJ, 2002. Anticoagulation is a lifesaver in case of vascular complications. Scheibling RE; Anthony SX, 2001. Interactions between an ascoglossan sea slug and its green algal host: branch loss and role of epiphytes. There are four major dispersal mechanisms of C. fragile ssp. Morphological Variation of Codium fragile (Chlorophyta) in Eastern Canada. The name 'green sea fingers' gives a good description of this seaweed. Orden: Codiales. AlgaeBase. Marine Biology, No. > 10°C, coldest month < 0°C, wet all year), Continental climate with dry summer (Warm average temp. Sexual, parthenogenetic and vegetative reproduction has been reported in C. fragile ssp. tomentosoides is considered as an invasive marine alga as it has the capacity to spread rapidly via asexual reproduction and fragmentation, and has invaded many coastal waters including those of Europe and America. Silva PC, 1957. Journal of Phycology, No. Eukarya - Bikonta - Plantae - Viridiplantae - Chlorophyta - Ulvophyceae - Bryopsidales - Codiaceae - Codium Codium fragile ��� Codium fragile (Suringar) Hariot. Codium fragile ssp. 47:85-90. �����곤��1998竊������경�ζ�ф돈��삭�������� ��� Dark green algae that resembles a cushion of tissue. Prince JS, 1988. Moeller HW, 1969. please upload using the upload tools. C. fragile ssp. One group of snails of the genus Sacoglossa, typically found associated with siphonaceous alga, contain several species that are known to feed on C. fragile (Trowbridge, 1992; 1993; Harris and Mathieson, 2000; Trowbridge and Todd, 2001; Trowbridge, 2002; van Bragt, 2004). Silva (Chlorophyta: Bryopsidophyceae: Bryopsidales: Codiaceae) in Greece. Codium fragile tomentosoides (Goor) P.C.Silva, 1955 synonym: UKSI Classification unranked Biota kingdom Plantae phylum Chlorophyta subphylum Chlorophytina class Ulvophyceae order Bryopsidales family Codiaceae genus Codium species Codium fragile subspecies Codium fragile infrasp. tomentosoides (Chlorophyta) in the North Atlantic Ocean? 8:147-152. with NBN Atlas, Chavanich S; Harris LG, 2000. Marine Bioinvasions [ed. Vita Malacologica, No. Taylor JE, 1967. C. fragile ssp. (2007) found that habitat had an influence on the growth and reproduction of C. fragile ssp. Codium fragile - National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo - DSC07662.JPG 3,214 × 2,890; 1.96 MB Codium fragile fragile (Suringar) Har. and the invasive alga Codium fragile ssp. Japan: Hoikusha Publishing. 2:3-32. Harris LG; Tyrrell MC, 2001. Marine Ecology Progress Series, No. Seaweeds and their Uses. Hubbard C B, Garbary D J, 2002. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. Public awareness campaigns regarding this alga have been carried out in several parts of the USA in the form of brochures and websites. Green sea fingers, dead man's fingers, green fleece, oyster thief, Sputnik weed, velvet horn: all names for the same seaweed. Occurrence of a fouling, juvenile, stage of Codium fragile ssp. Phycologia, No. Local elimination of Codium fragile ssp. On the geographical distribution of marine algae in Korea. In addition, in its native range, it can be found to depths of 18 m, and colonizes novel substrates such as floating docks and piles (Chavanich et al., 2006). by Conomos TJ] California, USA: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 287-345. tomentosoides (Goor) Silva (Chlorophyceae, Codiales). (2005) reported that in its native range of Japan, there were low levels of genetic variation in C. fragile ssp. 101:263-272. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser.

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