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 #5737  by Arnold
 13 Nov 2018 12:39
The species that I have collected here in tide pools is Cladophoropsis membranacea, when I collected this macroalgae I thought that it was cladophora but it didnt look like any Cladophora so I do some research and I found this specie. Its a widespread species in warm seas that grows in rocks in the intertidal zone, grows epilithically developing in tight cushions or mats, in exposed or sheltered habitats
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 #5741  by Arnold
 13 Nov 2018 13:53
Jaja its a kind of magic... Nah just when the marimo makes the photosynthesis it produces lots of bubbles and some bubbles gets trapped in the filaments of the algae, sometimes they float to the surface but this time that ball just stays free floating :laugh:
 #5743  by Algae In Space
 13 Nov 2018 15:33
Yeah I've heard about that phenomenon but I've never experienced it myself. Sure some bubbles here and there but floating!? Not bad :laugh:

What is it with the jaja all the time? I've noticed it's a thing in the past with other people. Is it corny like Aloha? Are we German speaking folks known for our ja, ja? I guess it's more of a German thing? We Austrians don't ja, ja so often? Or maybe we do?
 #5745  by Arnold
 13 Nov 2018 15:57
I dont know in Spanish we use the jaja with something funny as a laughter
 #5748  by Algae In Space
 13 Nov 2018 16:39
Arnold wrote: 13 Nov 2018 15:57 I dont know in Spanish we use the jaja with something funny as a laughter
Now I am confused. The jaja is Spanish? :grin: I thought you emulate the German "ja" for yes!
 #5752  by opae ula related
 13 Nov 2018 17:33
Arnold wrote:The species that I have collected here in tide pools is Cladophoropsis membranacea, when I collected this macroalgae I thought that it was cladophora but it didnt look like any Cladophora so I do some research and I found this specie. Its a widespread species in warm seas that grows in rocks in the intertidal zone, grows epilithically developing in tight cushions or mats, in exposed or sheltered habitats
got it. Looks good.
 #5754  by Arnold
 13 Nov 2018 17:36
No! Its just like a laugh jaja or haha :smile: I dont speak german just english and not very good haha
 #5755  by Arnold
 13 Nov 2018 18:32
Here you can see the place where I have collected the macroalgae, quite beauty I think jeje

The path to the pool
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The pool
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 #5758  by Algae In Space
 13 Nov 2018 19:31
Arnold wrote: 13 Nov 2018 18:32 Here you can see the place where I have collected the macroalgae, quite beauty I think jeje

The path to the pool
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The pool
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This pool looks amazing!! :lol: I miss the sea. :sad2: