Is anyone who can give more informations about seaweeds. we call them sea balls and usually we play with them during the summer ime./ There are a lot alog the beaches in my town and some times they are boring and disturbing.
How they are formed and what is their scietific name?
Last edited by arian on Fri Feb 23, 2007 8:53 am, edited 2 times in total.
Are you talking about Bull Kelp Nereocystis luetkeana ? These have large ball type structures on the ends of them. Just a guess really.
Edit: He posted the picture. This post is completely wrong now. Ignore it.
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@Dr. Stein... I found a link for you with some information that could be useful to you in relation to your question regarding Ulva.
http://www.mbari.org/staff/conn/botany/ ... efault.htm
Otherwise, I have nothing for you. Hope this helps you out.
Where is the photo? Why I can't see that?
But, since someone mentioned about "dead grass" it brings my mind to TUMBLEWEED, which one of its well-known gebus is Salsola
For your note, it is NOT seeweed, it is Angiosperm-Magnoliophyta
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