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- are: Caulerpa agardhii Caulerpa alternans Caulerpa annulata Caulerpa antoensis Caulerpa articulata Caulerpa ashmeadii Caulerpa bartoniae Caulerpa bikinensis...
- Caulerpa lentillifera is a species of bryopsidale green algae from coastal regions in the Indo-Pacific. This seaweed is one of the favored species of edible...
- Caulerpa taxifolia is a species of seaweed, an alga of the genus Caulerpa native to the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea. It is widely used ornamentally...
- Caulerpa racemosa is a species of edible green alga, a seaweed in the family Caulerpaceae. It is commonly known as sea grapes (along with the related Caulerpa...
- Caulerpa prolifera is a species of green alga, a seaweed in the family Caulerpaceae. It is the type species of the genus Caulerpa, the type location being...
- including Florida, the Caribbean and nearby islands Seaweeds in the genus Caulerpa, especially: C. lentillifera, eaten in Southeast Asia C. racemosa Ephedra...
- this macroalgae group. The second option, which is used by the genus, Caulerpa, can be quite problematic in an aquarium. Some species of green macroalgae...
- Caulerpa verticillata is a species of seaweed in the Caulerpaceae family. The seaweed has a green thallus that spreads outward to around 10 centimetres...
- Caulerpa cupressoides, commonly known as cactus tree alga, is a species of seaweed in the Caulerpaceae family. The plant has runners that are overlaid...
- Caulerpa delicatula is a species of seaweed in the Caulerpaceae family. The seaweed is light green at the base becoming a darker green distally. The thallus...
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