Coccotrema maritimum

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Coccotrema maritimum:



Other References

  • Geiser Dillman Derr Stensvold 1998: On beach rocks in extensive colonies at the upper edge of, or just above salt-spray zone, usually just above the Verrucaria maura and forming a distinct white zone of variable width depending on the amount of local wave and wind action. Sometimes on vertical surfaces of highly exposed rocks on slopes facing the open water but up to 700 m above the shore. Described from Queen Charlotte Islands.

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