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Cladophora is a genus of reticulated filamentous Ulvophyceae (green algae). The genus Cladophora contains many species that are very hard to tell apart and  ...

Cladophora - Great Lakes WATER Institute - University of Wisconsin ...


Nuisance algae (Cladophora) in Lake Michigan - Wisconsin DNR


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 algae: Too much of a good thing? | USGS Great Lakes ...


Sep 5, 2014 ... Cladophora glomerata algae have been washing up along the shores of the Great Lakes for many years. Until the 1980s, huge masses of ...

Cladophora laetevirens algae is uncommon in shady areas exposed to surge on the reef. More »
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Cladophora index - Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute


By far the most common of the Astroturf-like green algae found in the intertidal zone of the Monterey-Pacific Grove regions is Cladophora columbiana (Collins) ...

Cladophora Kützing, 1843, nom. cons. :: Algaebase


Comments: Cladophora cosmopolitan in temperate and tropical regions, occurring in freshwater, brackish and marine conditions. The various species are found ...

Great Lakes Cladophora Mapping - Michigan Tech Research Institute


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 | algae | Britannica.com


Cladophora, genus of green algae found growing attached to rocks or timbers submerged in shallow lakes and streams; there are some marine species. Coarse ...

Harmful Algal Blooms and Muck: What's the Difference?


Harmful algal blooms and muck, otherwise known as Cladophora, can be mistaken for each other simply because people may associate an algal bloom with ...

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Q: What is Cladophora?
A: A genus of algae found in large numbers in the gills of fish dead of asphyxia. Read More »
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Q: Why Is Cladophora Important in Tide Pools?
A: In many tide pools, Cladophora columbiana and/or other Cladophora algae are foundation species, meaning they are the dominant primary producers, or organisms th... Read More »
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Q: What is the scientific name of cladophora?
A: "Cladophora" Read More »
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Q: How is Spirogyra morphologically similar to Cladophora?
A: I think it's that they are filamentous - their cells are arranged as "chains," attached end to end. But I'm not positive. Read More »
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Q: How is cladophora morphologically similar to spirogyra and how is...
A: Unlike Spirogyra the filaments of Read More »
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