Structure and Reproduction of Chrysophaeum Lewisii

@article{Taylor2004StructureAR,
  title={Structure and Reproduction of Chrysophaeum Lewisii},
  author={Randolph Taylor},
  journal={Journal of aquatic ecosystem health},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={122-130}
}
In 1924, while working on the marine algae of the Dry Tortugas Islands off the southern tip of Florida, the writer frequently noticed growing on the coral rocks and sand, and on the lower parts of coarse algae scattered over the sea bottom in shallow water, light yellowishbrown tufts of the utmost delicacy . Faced by the complexity of the Florida flora for the first time, without previous tropical experience, he was not able to make a careful study of this plant, which clearly did not fit any… Expand

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