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For the obsolete metric unit comprising 10,000 grams, see myriagram.
Myriogramme alliacea
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
Kingdom: Archaeplastida
Division: Rhodophyta
Class: Rhodophyceae
Subclass: Rhodymeniophycidae
Order: Ceramiales
Family: Delesseriaceae
Subfamily: Phycodryoideae
Genus: Myriogramme
Kylin, 1924

Myriogramme is a genus of red alga comprising approximately 34 species.


The species currently recognised are:

  • M. alliacea
  • M. caespitosa
  • M. carnea
  • M. cartilaginea
  • M. ciliata
  • M. costata
  • M. crispata
  • M. dilabida
  • M. distromatica
  • M. divaricata
  • M. eckloniae
  • M. goaensis
  • M. gunniana
  • M. heterostroma
  • M. kerguelensis
  • M. kjellmanianum
  • M. kylinii
  • M. livida
  • M. melanesiensis
  • M. minuta
  • M. multilobata
  • M. nightingaliensis
  • M. okhaënsis
  • M. polyneura
  • M. prostrata
  • M. pulchra
  • M. quilonensis
  • M. repens
  • M. smithii
  • M. spectabilis
  • M. tristromatica
  • M. undulata
  • M. unistromaticum
  • M. variegata

External links

  • Algaebase


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