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kelp

(1) Bladderwrack, see there; Fucus vesiculosus.  
(2) Kelp, Laminaria digitata; tangleweed.
(3) Kelp, Laminaria saccharina; seawrack.
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kelp

a large, coarse seaweed, the largest of all ALGAE.
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berteroana (Toledo et al., 2009), just as in other Laminariales species (Rosell & Srivastava, 1985; Hernandez-Carmona et al., 2009; Toledo et al., 2009; Westermeier et al., 2012; Schiener et al., 2015).
231 The distribution of the main genera of Laminariales (kelp) in the world's seas.
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The pattern of Laminariales distribution in the northeast Pacific.
Population features of the invasive kelp Undaria pinnatifida (Phaeophyceae: Laminariales) in Nuevo Gulf (Patagonia, Argentina).