Vertebrata lanosa(L.) T. A. Christensen

Grisetangdokke in Norwegian


The species Vertebrata lanosa belongs to:


Photos of Vertebrata lanosa (1):

1 of 1: Growing on Ascophyllum

Photo of Vertebrata lanosa
Photo: © Kjersti SjøtunTerms of use

Note: The species nearly always grows as an epiphyte on Ascophyllum. It is very dark red (blackish) and normally grows to between 5 and 10 cm. It is densely branched in a pseudo-dichotomously way with relatively stiff branches, making it look bushy. The axes have relatively short and wide segments with 12-24 periaxial cells, and with no cortex. Normally the central cell axis, composed of round cells, is visible through the periaxial cell cover

Closest relatives

Other species in the same genus (Vertebrata):