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-{{ :hdv-766.jpg?200|Botryococcus}}<fs medium>**Type: **HdV-901\\ \\ **Category: **Algae\\ \\ **Sub-category: **Green algae\\ \\ **Taxonomical identification: **//Botryococcus//\\ \\ **First publication: **Kuhry, P. (1997) The palaeoecology ot a treed bog in western boreal Canada: a study based on microfossils, macrofossils and physico-chemical properties. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 96, 183–224\\ \\ **Other publication/s: **\\ Reynolds, C.S. (1984) The ecology of freshwater phytoplankton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press\\ Guy-Ohlson, D. (1992) Botryococcus as an aid in the interpretation of palaeoenvironment and depositional processes. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 71, 1–15\\ Miola, A., Bondesan, A., Corain, L., Favaretto, S., Mozzi, P., Piovan, S. and Sostizzo, I. (2006) Wetlands in the Venetian Po Plain (northeastern Italy) during the Last Glacial Maximum: Interplay between vegetation, hydrology and sedimentary environment. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 141, 83–102\\ Reynolds, C.S. (2006) The Ecology of Phytoplankton. New York: Cambridge University Press\\ van Geel, B. (2001) Non-Pollen Palynomorphs. In: J.P. Smol, Birks, H.J B. and Last W.M. (eds.) Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. New York, Boston, Dordrecht, London, Moscow: KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS (Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research, Volume 3: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators), pp. 99–119\\ \\ **Description: **Colony\\ \\ **(Sub-) Fossil occurence: **No information\\ \\ **Co-occurence: **No information\\ \\ **Modern occurence: **Botryococcus lives in shallow clear epilimnia (Reynolds 2006), where it may form a thick surface scum (van Geel 2001) during periods of high insolation (Reynolds, 1984). That green alga is also known as an early colonizer, easily adapting to the aquatic habitats in which it grows (Guy-Ohlson, 1992), because it is able to tolerate low nutrient concentrations, silicon exhaustion as well as low-alkalinity (Reynolds, 2006).\\ \\ **Palaeoenvironmental indication: **Eutrophic to mesotrophic conditions / Open water\\ \\ </fs> +{{ :hdv-766.jpg?200|Botryococcus}}<fs medium>**Type: **HdV-901\\ \\ **Category: **Algae\\ \\ **Sub-category: **Green algae\\ \\ **Taxonomical identification: **//Botryococcus//\\ \\ **First publication: **Kuhry, P. (1997) The palaeoecology of a treed bog in western boreal Canada: a study based on microfossils, macrofossils and physico-chemical properties. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 96, 183–224\\ \\ **Other publication/s: **\\ Reynolds, C.S. (1984) The ecology of freshwater phytoplankton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press\\ Guy-Ohlson, D. (1992) Botryococcus as an aid in the interpretation of palaeoenvironment and depositional processes. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 71, 1–15\\ Miola, A., Bondesan, A., Corain, L., Favaretto, S., Mozzi, P., Piovan, S. and Sostizzo, I. (2006) Wetlands in the Venetian Po Plain (northeastern Italy) during the Last Glacial Maximum: Interplay between vegetation, hydrology and sedimentary environment. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 141, 83–102\\ Reynolds, C.S. (2006) The Ecology of Phytoplankton. New York: Cambridge University Press\\ van Geel, B. (2001) Non-Pollen Palynomorphs. In: J.P. Smol, Birks, H.J B. and Last W.M. (eds.) Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. New York, Boston, Dordrecht, London, Moscow: Kluwer Academic Publishers (Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research, Volume 3: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators), pp. 99–119\\ \\ **Description: **Colony\\ \\ **(Sub-) Fossil occurence: **No information\\ \\ **Co-occurence: **No information\\ \\ **Modern occurence: **Botryococcus lives in shallow clear epilimnia (Reynolds 2006), where it may form a thick surface scum (van Geel 2001) during periods of high insolation (Reynolds, 1984). That green alga is also known as an early colonizer, easily adapting to the aquatic habitats in which it grows (Guy-Ohlson, 1992), because it is able to tolerate low nutrient concentrations, silicon exhaustion as well as low-alkalinity (Reynolds, 2006).\\ \\ **Palaeoenvironmental indication: **Eutrophic to mesotrophic conditions / Open water\\ \\ </fs>