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Annals of Botany
With Plate XXIH. HTHE genus Stenogramme (stenos, narrow, gramme, line) -L was founded by Harvey in 1841 to include a Californian sea-weed, in which the fruit had the anomalous form of a nerve-like, or midrib-like, interrupted line in the thallussegments. Of the two species of Stenogramme, S. interrupta, (C. Ag.) Montg., and 6". leptophylla, J. Ag., 6". interrupta, though a rare British red alga 1 , is to be found growing in Plymouth waters, and may be obtained, in all stages, in tolerabledoi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.aob.a090687 fatcat:ppm2gkqopnachcdpkl5qyydene