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Raposeiro P, Faustino H, Ferreira V, Gonçalves V (2020): Aquatic Hyphomycetes from insular streams (Madeira, Portugal). v1.5. Universidade dos Açores. Dataset/Checklist. http://ipt.gbif.pt/ipt/resource?r=aquaticmad&v=1.5
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Fungi; oceanic islands; freshwater systems; new records
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Madeira is a typical oceanic island with unique biodiversity under increasing pressure. Madeira island is located 600 km off the Atlantic coast of North Africa, has an area of 742 km2 and a maximum altitude of 1861 m (Pico Ruivo). Madeira island comprises approximately 126 catchments and 200 streams ranging from 1st to 6th order.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [32.347, -17.32], North East [33.156, -16.221]|
|Start Date / End Date||2015-04-28 / 2015-05-02|
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|Title||Aquatic Hyphomycetes from insular streams (Madeira, Portugal)|
|Funding||This work was funded by FCT– Foundation for Science and Technology (IF/00129/2014 and DL57/2016/ ICETA/EEC2018/25).|
|Study Area Description||Madeira is a typical oceanic island with unique biodiversity under increasing pressure. Madeira island is located 600 km off the Atlantic coast of North Africa, has an area of 742 km2 and a maximum altitude of 1861 m (Pico Ruivo). Madeira island comprises approximately 126 catchments and 200 streams ranging from 1st to 6th order.|
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Aquatic hyphomycetes spores were sampled by filtering 5 litres of stream water (47 mm diameter, 8 µm pore size; Whatman GF/C, GE Healthcare Europe GmbH, Little Chalfont, U.K.). The filters were stained with cotton blue in 60% lactic acid (0.05%) and mounted on a slide.
|Study Extent||Aquatic hyphomycetes spores were sampled from 40 stream sites distributed by 27 permanent streams on Madeira islands.|
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- The data has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardised format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 22 records (taxonID). One extension data table also exists with 300 occurrences.