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Lindavia intermedia has a less defined central area boundary, which extends from the center to about 1/3 of the radius. Lindavia intermedia has a lower stria density (11-13 in 10 ┬Ám). Lindavia radiosa has central areolae that are more radial. Furthermore, the central striae terminate before the alveolate region of the valve, leaving a hyaline border to the central area.

LM scalebar = 10 µm
Lindavia affinis LM3 Lindavia affinis LM2 Lindavia affinis LM1 Lindavia affinis LM4 Lindavia affinis LM5
Diameter
13.2-33.0 µm
Width Range
2.6-4.4 µm
Striae in 10 µm
13-18 at margin

Lindavia intermedia

(Manguin ex Kociolek and Reviers) Nakov et al. ex Daniels et al. 2016

Lindavia intermedia LM2 Lindavia intermedia LM1 Lindavia intermedia LM3 Lindavia intermedia LM5 Lindavia intermedia LM5 Lindavia intermedia LM6 Lindavia intermedia LM7
Diameter
12-34 µm
Striae in 10 µm
11-13

Lindavia radiosa

(Grunow) De Toni and Forti 1900

Lindavia radiosa LM2 Lindavia radiosa LM1 Lindavia radiosa LM3 Lindavia radiosa LM4 Lindavia radiosa LM5 Lindavia radiosa LM6 Lindavia radiosa LM7
Diameter
10.9-23.8 µm
Striae in 10 µm
14-18

Lindavia bodanica

(Eulenst. ex Grunow) Nakov, Guillory, M.L.Julius, E.C.Ther. and A.J.Alverson 2015

Lindavia bodanica LM1 Lindavia bodanica LM3 Lindavia bodanica LM5 Lindavia bodanica LM2 Lindavia bodanica LM7 Lindavia bodanica LM4 Lindavia bodanica LM6
Diameter
18-38 µm
Striae in 10 µm
10-14 based on circumferential density