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Palmaria palmata

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lexID:
6241 
AphiaID:
145771 
Scientific:
Palmaria palmata 
German:
Lappentang 
English:
Dulse, Dillisk 
Category:
 
Family tree:
Plantae (Kingdom) > Rhodophyta (Phylum) > Florideophyceae (Class) > Palmariales (Order) > Palmariaceae (Family) > Palmaria (Genus) > palmata (Species) 
Initial determination:
(Linnaeus) Weber & Mohr, 1805 
Occurrence:
Gulf of Maine, Yemen, Ghana, Afrique de l'Est, Alaska, Atlantique Est, Atlantique nord, Atlantique Ouest, Azores, Corée, Espagne, Galapagos, Golf du Guinée, Groenland, îles britanniques, Inde, littoraux européens, Mer Baltique, Mer du Nord, Philippines, Portugal, Scandinavie, USA 
Size:
5 cm - 100 cm 
Temperature:
°C - 23°C 
Food:
Photosynthesis 
Difficulty:
Pas pour l'aquarium! 
Offspring:
None 
Toxicity:
Toxic hazard unknown 
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Publisher:
Meerwasser-Lexikon.de
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Last edit:
2013-10-19 13:23:13 

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(Linnaeus) Weber & Mohr, 1805

Marine. On rock, mussels and epiphytic on several algae, intertidal (at all levels but particularly near low water) and shallow subtidal , especially on upper part of Laminaria hyperborea stipes (to a depth of 5 m), widely distributed, abundant. Undivided or sparingly divided forms occur on mussels on exposed shores and sometimes in the subtidal (to 20 m in exceptionally clear water); plants growing on exposed shores, known in Ireland as Creathnach, are considered to be more palatable than the leathery plants of the lower intertidal of semi-exposed shores, which are usually dried and sold as Dillisk or Dilleasc; these forms may ultimately prove to be a separate entity. A very finely dissected form grows epiphytically on rocks, pedbbles and Fucus serrratus in the sheltered parts of semi-exposed shores where silt or fine sand accumulates; this is sometimes known as the "var. sobolifera" or "var. sarniensis" and is much less common than the other forms.

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