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|date of photo Jul 25, 1997
location Monterey Bay (Monterey County, California, US)family Bangiaceaeplant community Subtidalnotes This spore-producing, perennial phase of Porphyra grows only on sea shells, here a scallop shell. This growth is immmature: in the spring spores will be released in time to attach to young Nereocystis plants. Note the polychaete worm at upper left.camera Olympus system for macrophotographyphoto category: Plant - algae
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Conchocelis Rosea (photographer)
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