Marine Plants

Marine Plants

Marine plants in the Chain of Bays form an integral part of the diversity and structure of marine habitats. They include Seagrasses, Amphibolis antarctica, Amphibolis griffithii, Halophila australis, Heterozostera tasmanica, Posidonia angustifolia, Posidonia sinuosa, Zostera muelleri, Zostera mucronata, Ruppia spp.; and Marine Algae (Brown, Scytothalia, Ecklonia, Cystophora, Sargassum, Acrocarpia, Momeostrichus, Corynophlaea cristata; Green, Caulerpa; and Red Algae, Phacelocarpus, Osmundaria, Plocamium, Callophyllis, Sonderopelta, Gigartina wheliae)(a comprehensive survey of marine algae has not yet been conducted, but would be expected to yield significant diversity and some exciting discoveries).

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