REMARK: The diatom taxonomic coordinator and Karin studied NAWQA populations and determined that it is better to have everything under A. rivulare, although the names that are being changed are valid and might be used in the future for proper specimens. Although the name A. rivulare is well defined, in NAWQA it is a compisite taxon in which several things have been lumped. Because it is clear to us that A. rivulare is dominant among all these lumped taxa, it makes more sense to use the later name.
Patrick, R. and C.W. Reimer. 1966. The Diatoms of the United States exclusive of Alaska and Hawaii. Volume 1. Fragilariaceae, Eunotoniaceae, Achnanthaceae, Naviculaceae. Monographs of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 13: 688 pp., 64 pls.
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Phycology Section, Patrick Center for Environmental Research, Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Achnanthes linearis fo. curta (NADED 2025). https://diatom.ansp.org/taxaservice/ShowTaxon1.ashx?naded_id=2025. Accessed 17 Jan 2018. This web service reports all information about a given algae taxon available at the time of retrieval.