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0 1 Sea Star

Sea Star

by ashley.p.smithersWashington, USA

Dark pink, dead, five appendages

5 3 Common loon

Common loon

by Brian38Washington, USA

Adult male in breeding plumage.

0 0 Split kelp

Split kelp

by Brian38Washington, USA

Saccharina bongardiana is a dark brown annual seaweed that has a single ribless ...

1 0 Red ribbon

Red ribbon

by Brian38Washington, USA

A blade from the red seaweed Palmaria molis 20 cm (8 in.) tall and 10 cm (4 ...

1 0 Tiny button lichen

Tiny button lichen

by Brian38Washington, USA

Cropped image showing the tiny apothecia. Thallus not well defined or its ...

1 0 Driftwood with crustose lichens

Driftwood with crustose lichens

by Brian38Washington, USA

I must have been in a hurry - I didn't take any macro pics to help ID the ...

2 1 Driftwood (Western red cedar)

Driftwood (Western red cedar)

by Brian38Washington, USA

These large driftwood specimens can be so interesting.

0 1 Feather boa kelp

Feather boa kelp

by Brian38Washington, USA

This Feather boa kelp was about 2 meters long (can reach over 5 meters long). ...

0 0 Giant kelp

Giant kelp

by Brian38Washington, USA

M. pyrifera is the largest of all algae. The blades grow at irregular intervals ...

1 0 Japanese wireweed

Japanese wireweed

by Brian38Washington, USA

Sargassum muticum is a large, yellowish-brown or olive-brown seaweed that can ...