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Noun1.Rhodymenia - type genus of the family RhodymeniaceaeRhodymenia - type genus of the family Rhodymeniaceae
protoctist genus - any genus of Protoctista
family Rhodymeniaceae, Rhodymeniaceae - a family of protoctist
dulse, Rhodymenia palmata - coarse edible red seaweed
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Of all items identified, five had the highest frequency of occurrence (% FO): Caulerpa filiformis "thread-like algae" (77.8%), Loligo gahi "common squid" (eggs) (51.9%), Rhodymenia corallina "rose seaweed" (44.4%), Gigartina chamissoi "tongue-weed" (29.6%), and Ulva lactuca "sea lettuce" and Gelidium congestum "jelly-weed" (22.2% each).
angusta in cox 1 is now represented by a large gap, as this intron is not present in Chondrus crispus, Gelidium vagum, Gracilaria salicornia, or Rhodymenia pseudopalmata.
Rhodymenia palmata oedd yr hen enw gwyddonol ar y gwymon hwn, ond Palmaria palmata ydi'r enw gwyddonol cywir erbyn heddiw.
30TVP90: Zierbena, litoral inferior, 15-V-1984, tetrasporofito, pared vertical junto a Rhodymenia coespitosella, Gorostiaga, BIOAlgae 512.
Rhodymenia dawsonii Taylor, Codium dawsonii Silva).
We were also able to study the accumulation of postlarvae on a preferred natural substrate, the red alga Rhodymenia sp., as well as effect mass capture of juvenile scallops (seed) in Japanes-type artificial collectors (Cantillanez 2000, Cantillanez et al.
At Tanner Bank in 2002, white abalone were generally found in association with two species of brown algae (Laminaria farlowii and Agarum fimbriatum [88% of white abalone sightings included one or both species]), a foliose red alga (Rhodymenia spp.
On the coasts of Brittany and Monterey, the upper circumlittoral consists of mixed populations of corallinaceous algae (Mesophyllum, Lithothamnium, Lithophyllum), laminar rhodophytes (Rhodymenia, Fryeella, Phycodrys), and suspensivorous animals (sponges like Axinella, alcyonarians like Alcyonium, or Paralcyonium), but they do not form communities as complex as those in the Mediterranean.
A handful each of the red seaweeds Calonitophyllum medium and Rhodymenia pseudopalmata, which are found in low abundances at Radio Island, were also added to each compartment.
At each of 21 randomly marked positions, individual plants of the common brown algae Dictyota menstrualis, Sargassum filipendula, and Padina gymnospora, and the common red algae Gracilaria tikvahiae, Chondria dasyphylla, and Rhodymenia pseudopalmata were collected and placed together in a plastic bag.