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Salicornia europaea

Salicornia europaea


Picture is a before and after image of habitat restoration at the Walker Farm marsh in Barrington, RI. Undersized culverts and earthen farm roads caused a dieback of marsh vegetation. Construction of a new culvert in 2003 reestablished tidal flow and a colonization by salt-tolerant species. The first species to colonize were various Salicornia species. Salicornia are succulent plants that grow within coastal marshes. These salt-tolerant plants are actually edible.


Coastal salt marshes.

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Barrington, Rhode Island, USA

Spotted on Jul 17, 2003
Submitted on Dec 16, 2011

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