bladder wrack


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bladder wrack

n.
Any of certain rockweeds, especially the widely distributed Fucus vesiculosus, having forked, brownish-green branches with gas-filled bladders.

blad′der wrack`


n.
a common seaweed, Fucus vesiculosus, of cold marine waters, having narrow brownish fronds with air-filled vesicles.
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