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Dilsea carnosa

( NYN:Kjøtblad BOK:Kjøttblad)                  2 photos (see below for more photos)


Habit
Photo by: Kjersti Sjøtun
Location: Baløyna, Austrheim, Hordaland
Verified by Kjersti Sjøtun
Sampling date: 2014-03-28
Published: 2014-04-03

Several specimens growing on a rock, the longest around 30 cm

Dark red blades tapering to a short stipe. Several blades often originate from a common attachment disc. The blades can grow to 50 cm, and large blades are normally torn and with holes. Small specimens can be confused with Palmaria palmata. The two species can easily be separated by the structure of the medulla, which are composed of elongated and branched filaments in this species, and of rounded cells in P. palmata.




Cross section of blade
Photo by: Kjersti Sjøtun
Location: Baløyna, Austrheim, Hordaland
Photo is showing (categorized): Cell structure, Cross section
Verified by Kjersti Sjøtun
Sampling date: 2014-03-28
Published: 2014-04-03

Cross section showing elongated filaments of the medulla and rounded cortex cells

Cross section showing elongated filaments of the medulla and rounded cortex cells



 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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