Cladophora is a genus of reticulated filamentous Ulvophyceae (green algae).
The genus Cladophora contains many species that are very hard to tell apart and
Comments: Cladophora cosmopolitan in temperate and tropical regions,
occurring in freshwater, brackish and marine conditions. The various species are
Dec 17, 2013 ... For the past five years, large quantities of decaying algae, called Cladophora,
have been fouling Wisconsin´s Lake Michigan shoreline. As the ...
Cladophora, a nuisance, native green alga that grows attached to solid substrate
in all of the Laurentian Great Lakes, has recently expanded in extent, partially ...
Cladophora Kützing, 1843. Taxonomic ... Species, Cladophora albida (Hudson)
Kuetzing, 1843 ... Species, Cladophora glaucescens (Griffiths) Harvey, 1862.
www.k-state.edu/doddslab/journalarts/dodds and gudder j phycol 1992.pdf
Cladophora is found in a variety of marine and fresh- waters and provides habitat
and food for numerous or- ganisms. It may be the most ubiquitous macroalga ...
Nov 2, 2007 ... Cladophora, genus of green algae found growing attached to rocks or timbers
submerged in shallow lakes and streams; there are some marine ...
Cladophora. It is a filamentous green alga common in the Great Lakes and many
other fresh waters. Growing on submerged rocks, it looks like long, green hair ...