red seaweed

red seaweed
: red alga; specifically : a red alga of the genus Polysiphonia

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any marine red alga, esp. one of the genus Polysiphonia, having a reddish, much branched thallus.

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red seaweed noun
Any of the red algae, esp one of the genus Polysiphonia
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