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Ceramiales

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Ceramiales

Ceramiales
Scientific classification
Phylum: Rhodophyta
Class: Florideophyceae
Order: Ceramiales

Ceramiales is an order of red algae.[1] It has been established by Friedrich Oltmanns in 1904.

Families

References

  1. ^ Robert Edward Lee (2008). Phycology. Cambridge University Press. pp. 107–.  

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