Rock pool showing two types of seaweed

Rock pool showing two types of seaweed

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Credit: DR JEREMY BURGESS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: View of a rock pool on the shore of the Sound of Mull, Scotland, showing two different types of seaweed. The brownish-green weed growing on the rocks surrounding the pool is the spiral or flat wrack seaweed, Fucus spiralis, a member of the Phaeophyta or brown algae. The filamentous green weed growing within the pool is Enteromorpha intestinalis, a member of the Chlorophyta or green algae. E. intestinalis is commonly found in places where freshwater streams run down into the sea.

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Keywords: alga, algae, algal, botany, enteromorpha intestinalis, fucus spiralis, nature, plant, rock pool, seaweed

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