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Charophyta

a group of the ALGAE, including the stoneworts, which inhabits ponds.
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macroalgae, charophytes, and seagrass) and between different days (unpublished data from the year of 2018 summer).
The Khovanshchinian basin within the Moscow Syneclise was populated by foraminifers, ostracods, gastropod and bivalve molluscs, brachiopods, 'serpulid worms' (microconchs), charophytes, conodonts, as well as various fishes and early tetrapods; it is also characterized by numerous stromatolitic structures (Reutlinger 1960; Rodionova et al.
Larvae of this species were found in partially shaded clear water, with the presence of mats of the genus of filamentous charophyte green algae, Spyrogira.
The current studies indicate that different charophyte species occurring within the same ecosystem produce similar amounts of carbonate encrustation ([24] and references quoted therein).
We recognize that the morphological characters of charophyte species often vary markedly, which can make the identification of these species difficult even if one is fairly acquainted with the taxonomy of this group.
Wastewater toxicity assessment using the electrophysiological response of a charophyte Nitellopsis obtusa // Environ.
aspera, or other species such as the charophyte Tolypella glomerata and Potamogeton pusillus, are characteristic of freshwater.
Associated finds of Najas pectinata seeds and oogonia of the charophyte Nitella sp.
(2002), even a short clear-water phase can have a significant effect on charophyte dominance.
In the Ardanatz outcrops the micropalaeontological content is high in the intercalate marls, being dominated by foraminifera with scarce ostracods and charophyte gyrogonites (Astibia et al., 2014).