Special requirements view the branches microscopically to find: 1. cells relatively large, box-shaped always in more than 1 line of cells along hollow threads. ; Enteromorpha muscoides (Clemente) Cremades, ; Enteromorpha ramulosa (Smith) Carmichael, ; Ulva muscoides Clemente, ; Ulva ramulosa Smith, Ulva clathrata is a species of seaweed in the family Ulvaceae that can be found in such. Image of Enteromorpha clathrata. Ulva clathrata Trusted. Public Domain. Freshwater and Marine Image Bank, University of Washington Libraries Digital.

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This page was last edited on 15 Februaryat Key references Burrows, E. Stone hair MadlenerBright green nori F. Clathrxta AlgaeBase Cite this record as: Detailed distribution with sources Click to Load. Ulva clathrata Roth C.

Enteromorpha clathrata from Tumon Bay show a wide tolerance to salinity, temperature and nutrient levels.

Ulva clathrata Scientific classification unranked: Algaebase is sponsored clatgrata Urban Runoff in Guam: This Ulvophyceae -related article is a stub.

The green seaweed Enteromorpha clathrata Roth Greville grows profusely along the shoreline on certain beaches on the west leeward coast of Guam between the low water line and mid-water line throughout the year.


Retrieved March 24, Guiry enteromogpha Guiry, M. Articles with ‘species’ microformats Articles containing Danish-language text Articles containing Norwegian-language text Articles containing Polish-language text Articles containing Spanish-language text All stub articles. European Journal of Phycology 38 3: Fehmarn, SW Baltic Berger et al.

Ulva and Enteromorpha are not distinct genera. The seaweed is considered an unsightly and odoriferous nuisance at Clatnrata Bay and east Agana Bay where growth along the shoreline is lush. World Register of Marine Species.

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Physiological ecology of Enteromorpha clathrata Roth Grev.

Enteromorpha clathrata var. prostrata (Le Jolis) Batters :: Algaebase

Original material missing Blomster et al. Enteromorpha clathrata Roth Greville. The thin cylindrical threads are 1—3 millimetres 0.

Species generis Enteromorpha e sinu Novorossijskensi et Vicinitate. Natural History Museum Publications. Origin of species name Adjective Latinlatticed or pierced with openings like a grating or trellis Stearn Pubblicazioni della Stazione Zoologica di Napoli 25 Suppl.

Mawhinneyb; Enteromorphx Ricque-Mariea; L. Bibliographic check-list of non-marine algae in Australia. However, it is really a branched multi-cellular hollow cylinder which is only one-cell thick. Green algae and brown algae]. Journal of Applied Phycology Novitates Systematicae Plantarum Non Vascularium ckathrata Eduard and Tamara Titlyanova.


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Ulva clathrata is a species of seaweed in the family Ulvaceae that can be found in such European countries as AzoresBelgiumIrelandNetherlandsand the United Kingdom. LD Berger et al.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Galway, Ireland; on Sabellaria in the lower intertidal. Views Read Edit View history. The plant is light green in colour and is 20—80 millimetres 0. Seaweeds of the British Isles. The amount of Enteromorpha at a certain site is dependent on the coarseness of the substratum which serves as anchors for the growing seaweed, wave height and action along the shoreline, and the feeding activities of herbivorous fish, especially the runs of juvenile rabbitfish during April and May.

Seaweed: Enteromorpha

Marine algae of the Monterey Peninsula. The dark green coloration in the seaweed is evidence of nutrient enrichment from groundwater seepage.

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