Fucus serratus

Fucus serratus

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Caption: Toothed wrack (Fucus serratus). Toothed wrack is a robust, shrubby, lower shoreline seaweed. The fronds have no floatation bladders and are serrated or toothed on the outside edge. The fronds are about 60cm long, continuous dividing in two along the length.

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