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Phylum: Class: Order: Family: Genus: Species: Phaeophyta: Phaeophyceae: Fucales: Sargassaceae: Turbinaria: turbinata: Habitat: Found growing on coral rubble.Learn More
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Turbinaria is a genus of brown algae (Phaeophyceae) found primarily in tropical marine waters. It generally grows on rocky substrates. (1) In tropical Turbinaria species that are often preferentially consumed by herbivorous fishes and echinoids, there is a relatively low level of phenolics and tannins.Learn More
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Description Turbinaria turbinata (blistered saucer leaf algae) (San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 2 (15860786168).jpg Turbinaria turbinata (Linnaeus, 1753) - blistered saucer leaf algae (a species of brown algae) on a patch reef. Classification of Turbinaria: Phaeophyta, Fucales, Sargassaceae.Learn More
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BROWN ALGA TURBINARIA TURBINATA H. L. BLOMQUIST Introduction Prior to the work of SIMONS (23) on Sargassum filipendula C. Ag., not much was known about the reproductive struc-tures of the phaeophycean algae now in-cluded in the family Sargassaceae. Si-MONS made two important contributions. First, she traced the origin of the cryp-.Learn More
Turbinaria turbinata is a species in Chromista (brown algae and allies) with 50 observations.Learn More
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Turbinaria reniformis Bernard, 1896 Color: Usually yellow-green with distinctly coloured margins. Habitat: May form large stands on fringing reefs where the water is turbid. Abundance: Sometimes common. Similar Species: Turbinaria mesenterina. Synonyms: Turbinaria lichenoides Bernard, 1896 Turbinaria reptans Bernard, 1896 Turbinaria veluta.Learn More
Turbinaria is a genus of colonial stony corals in the family Dendrophylliidae.Common names for this genus include disc coral, scroll coral, cup coral, vase coral, pagoda coral and ruffled ridge coral.These corals are native to the Red Sea, Indian Ocean, Japan and the south Central Pacific Ocean.Learn More