Name: "Cyanobacterium minervae" (Copeland 1936) Komárek et al. 1999

Category: Species

Proposed as: comb. nov.

Etymology: N.L. gen. fem. n. minervae, of/from Minerva, a Roman goddess, also known as Pallas Athena in Greek mythology, considered to be the virgin goddess of science, medicine and wisdom

Gender: neuter

Original publication: Komárek J, Kopecký J, Cepák V. Generic characters of the simplest cyanoprokaryotes Cyanobium, Cyanobacterium and Synechococcus. Cryptogamie Algologie 1999; 20:209-222.

Nomenclatural status: not validly published

Parent taxon: Cyanobacterium Rippka and Cohen-Bazire 2022

Assigned by: Komárek J, Kopecký J, Cepák V. Generic characters of the simplest cyanoprokaryotes Cyanobium, Cyanobacterium and Synechococcus. Cryptogamie Algologie 1999; 20:209-222.

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Record number: 29768
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