Table 1 Comparison of species and strains of Hantzschia from studied material with similar taxa.

From: Biogeography of the cosmopolitan terrestrial diatom Hantzschia amphioxys sensu lato based on molecular and morphological data

Species, strains Length (μm) Width (μm) Number of striae in 10 μm Number of fibulae in 10 μm Number of areolae in 10 μm Central raphe endings structure references
H. abundans MZ–BH1 45.5–48 6–7 16–20 7–9 40–45 Internally unilaterally bent this study
H. abundans MZ–BH2 48.5–53.5 6.5–7.5 18–20 6–9 40–45 Internally unilaterally bent this study
H. abundans MZ–BH5 48.5–50 6.5–7.5 18–20 7–9 40–50 Internally unilaterally bent this study
H. abundans MZ–BH6 37.5–39 6–6.5 18–20 7–9 45–50 Internally unilaterally bent this study
H. abundans MZ–BH7 50–53.5 7–7.5 16–18 7–8 40–45 Internally unilaterally bent this study
H. abundans 40–80 7–10 15–20 5–8 40 Internally unilaterally bent Lange-Bertalot28
H. achroma 12–58 4–4.5 34–35 11–14 n.a n.a Li and Volcani45
H. acuticapitata 57–67 7.8–9.1 22–23 6–9 50 Internally straight Zidarova et al.19
H. amphioxys MZ–BH8 36–38 4.8–5 23–24 6–8 45–48 Internally bent to opposite directions This study
H. amphioxys MZ–BH9 40–41.5 5–6 23–24 6–8 40–50 Internally bent to opposite directions This study
H. amphioxys MZ–BH14 44–46 5.5–6 21–24 7–8 50–60 Internally bent to opposite directions This study
H. amphioxys MZ–BH15 40–41.5 5–6 22–23 7–10 45–50 Internally bent to opposite directions This study
H. amphioxys isolectotype 38–42.5 4.4–6.4 23–25 7–11 n.a n.a Jahn et al.20
H. amphioxys epitype 36.8–44.6 5.2–6.6 20–26 5–7.5 48–53 Internally bent to opposite directions Jahn et al.20
H. attractiva MZ–BH11 66–70 7.7–8.9 17–18 5–7 40–50 Internally unilaterally bent this study
H. bardii 40–80 6–10 20–24 6–9 36 n.a Lange-Bertalot et al.40
H. belgica (Sterre3)a 36–38 6–7 22–23 8–9 50–55 Internally bent to opposite directions this study; Souffreau et al.16
H. compactoides 60–80 10–12 14–16 5–6 30 n.a Lange-Bertalot et al.40
H. delicatula 43–50 5.5–6 18 7–9 30 n.a Metzeltin et al.43
H. giessiana 50–100 6.5–11 16–20 4–7 26–30 Internally bent to opposite directions Lange-Bertalot28
H. mongolica 80–127 15–18 11–14 n.a n.a n.a Metzeltin et al.44
H. nematoda 60–90 8 18 7–9 n.a n.a Metzeltin et al.43
H. parva MZ–BH3 41–42.5 6–7 17–20 7–8 40–45 Internally unilaterally bent this study
H. parva MZ–BH4 37–38.5 5–6 19–20 8–9 40–45 Internally unilaterally bent This study
H. psammicola 50–68 8 10 n.a 28 Internally bent to opposite directions Metzeltin et al.43
H. pseudomongolica 83.2–91.4 7.8–9.4 19–21 6–8 40–45 Internally straight This study; souffreau et al.16
H. stepposa MZ–BH12 40–42.5 6–6.5 22–25 5–9 44–52 Internally bent to opposite directions This study
H. subrupestris 50–80 7–9 14–16 5–7 24 Internally straight Lange-Bertalot28
H. valdeventricosa (41) 55–70 9–10 18–19 (20) 5.5–7 n.a n.a Metzeltin et al.43