Found in sub-tropical Florida, as well as throughout the Caribbean. Rhizoids of C. racemosa var. While some people believe that Grape Caulerpa can go int a reproductive state and produce noxious compounds, I have personally never … Phycol. The zygotes swim, at the most, for one hour and then fix on the bottom creating in the space of just 5 weeks, new plants. Agardh (Caulerpaceae, Chlorophyceae), nueva para la flora de Alicante.) uvifera (C.Agardh) Kützing, 1849; Fucus clavifer Turner, 1807; Fucus racemosus Forsskål, 1775; Fucus uvifer Turner, 1811. disticha V.J.Chapman, 1977; Caulerpa racemosa var. Biol, 15:618 - 624. Eur. (Quelques algues rares ou nouvelles pour la flore méditerranéenne) Bull. Trav. An endless process even if in the Mediterranean, where it has arrived stuck to the keel of the ships coming from the Red Sea, there is a moment of winter rest. On the identity and origin of the Mediterranean invasive Caulerpa racemosa (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta). mucronata L.N.de Senerpont Domis, 2003; Caulerpa racemosa var. Description; Green Grape Caulerpa. El término proviene del griego, de caulos, tallo, y erpo, yo repto. The chloroplasts containing chlorophyllare free to migrate fr… Molecular Ecology, 10(4):931-946. Many spherical or ovate side-shoots branch off these and give the seaweed its name of sea grapes. Eur. [English title not specified]. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Meusnier I; Olsen JL; Stam WT; Destombe C; Valero M, 2001. City of San Diego Law: Bans the possession, sale, and transport of all Caulerpa species within city limits In: Proceedings of the first Mediterranean Symposium on Marine Vegetation, Ajaccio, 3-4 October 2000 [ed. Balata D; Piazzi L; Cinelli F, 2004. clavifera (Turner) Weber-van Bosse, 1898 Caulerpa racemosa var. Bolleti de la Societat d'Historia Natural de les Balears, 49:83-88. Chlorophyta are a paraphyletic group. The erect branches arise every few centimeters, reaching as much … The Caulerpa racemosa complex (Caulerpales, Ulvophyceae) in the Mediterranean Sea. C. racemosa is a green alga widely distributed in tropical and warm-temperate regions. 159-161. Bollettino delle sedute dell'Accademia Gioenia di Scienze Naturali, Catania. They are the sister group to Microthmaniales. However, C. racemosa var. Algol. (La dispersione in Mediterraneo di alghe tropicali del genere Caulerpa.). Caulerpa racemosa and, to a lesser extent, Codium spp., served fresh as part of salads as well as Codium spp. Description Top of page. Wallingford, UK: CABI. Elle fait le régal de beaucoup de poissons, notamment des centropyges, qui semblent apprécier de croquer ses vésicules. Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid. turbinata Expansion of the macroalga Caulerpa racemosa and changes in softbottom macrofaunal assemblages in Moni Bay, Cyprus. Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences. BHL Reference page. C. racemosa var. Caulerpa is a great saltwater macro algae used for nutrient uptake. A field guide from Florida to Brazil. Also, consumers can enjoy an unprecedented taste, while the risk of food poisoning is reduced. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. occidentalis in the Mediterranean Sea. First assessment of the Caulerpa racemosa (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta) invasion along the French Mediterranean coast. CABI Compendium: Status inferred from regional distribution. Stat. Taxonomic diversity and geographic distributions of aquarium-traded species of Caulerpa (Chlorophyta: Caulerpaceae) in southern California, USA. Described for the first time in Australia, the Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskål) J.Agardh, 1873 is a green marine alga (Chlorophyta) belonging to the family of the Caulerpaceae, like the well known Caulerpa prolifera of the Mediterranean or the infamous Caulerpa … 241001339217 Caulerpa lentillifera Species 0.000 title 1; 235000003913 Coccoloba uvifera Nutrition 0.000 claims abstract description 41; 241001290352 Caulerpa racemosa Species 0.000 claims abstract description 36; 239000002131 composite materials Substances 0.000 claims abstract description … laetevirens form. Zuljevic A; Antolic B; Onofri V, 2003. Ordre des Siphonales.) Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid, 60(2):448-449. by Pergent-Martini , El Asmi S, Le Ravallec C] Tunis: UNEP-MAP-RAC/SPA, 197-202. [Some rare or new algae for the Mediterranean flora]. Chemical investigation of the dichloromethane extract of Caulerpa racemosa led to the isolation of α-tocopherol (1), squalene (2), β-sitosterol (3), chlorophyll a (4), and oleic acid (5). (Sur le Cladostephus dubius Bory.) Phylloids of C. racemosa var. It grows from a runner, and the plants sprout up. Marseilles, France: GIS Posidonie. Colonization of the Gallinaria Island (NW Ligurian Sea) seafloors by Caulerpa taxifolia and C. racemosa: implications for a new marine protected area. 2000). An aqueous … (Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskål) J. Agardh en Tunisie). Scullion Littler D; Littler MM; Bucher KE; Norris JN, 1989. C. racemosa is a green alga widely distributed in tropical and warm-temperate regions. 328-333. Paris, France: Laboratoire de Cryptogamie, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 309-312. CABI is a registered EU trademark. The C. racemosa (Forsskål) J. Agard complex is present in the Mediterranean with three taxa (. The comparison of the structure of Mediterranean macroalgal assemblages invaded by Caulerpa taxifolia and C. racemosa showed significant differences both between reference and invaded areas and between areas invaded by the different Caulerpa species. Mar. In: Proceeding of the workshop on invasive Caulerpa species in the Mediterranean, MAP Technical Reports Series No 125 Greece: UNEP, 279-281. Description Branches, feather-like, flattened, and upright, 3 - 5 cm high, rising from a creeping stolon (runner), 1 - 2mm in diameter, anchored by rhizoids to the substrate. Lobiger serradifalci, a Mediterranean ascoglossan species naturally feeding on C. prolifera and also found on C. racemosa. Caulerpa Lentillifera is a sea weed. Are the Mediterranean ascoglossan molluscs Oxynoe olivacea and Lobiger serradifalci suitable agents for a biological control against the invading tropical alga Caulerpa taxifolia? Rec. cylindracea (scale bar = 1 cm). cylindracea. Verlaque et al. The branches are a few centimetres apart and can grow to a height of 30 centimetres (12 in). CABI, Undated. C. taxifolia is a siphonalean alga, a green macro-alga with a siphonous (coenocytic) morphology, i.e. The diameter of the stolon ranges from 0.7 to 2.0 mm; it bears simple or occasionally branched upright axes, 1-11 cm (up to 19 cm in the Mediterranean) high and 3-10 mm across. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK. Huisman JM; Walker DI, 1990. Algol, 26:189-202. Oceanol. cylindracea (Bryopsidales, Chlorophyta) reaches the Canary Islands (north-east Atlantic). Tunesi L; Agnesi S; Di Nora T; Mo G; Molinari A, 2007. Invas, 6:269-81. cylindracea, Caulerpa racemosa var. clavifera (Turner) Weber Bosse, 1898; Caulerpa racemosa var. A species in the Mediterranean can have a stolon more than 3 metres (9.8 ft) long, with up to 200 fronds. Bollettino delle sedute dell'Accademia Gioenia di Scienze Naturali, Catania, 26(342):49-53. Ballesteros E; Grau AM; Riera F, 1999. 28 (349), 693-705. Reef Tank Suitable, Fish-Only Tank Suitable. Spread in the Mediterranean of tropical algae of the genus Caulerpa. It forms a dense green carpet with a conspicuous rhizoid development, from 1-70 m depth, on any kind of seaweed (rocky bottoms, concrete, sand and mud), the only exception being unstable sands, and survives winter temperatures down to 10.5°C. 6. Mar. macra Harvey 1858 Caulerpa racemosa f. complanata (J. Agardh) Weber-van Bosse 1898 Caulerpa racemosa var. C. racemosa var. Caulerpa cupressoides Figure 8. Sea grapes are highly valued in Asian and … Caulerpa racemosa (Chlorophyta) on the Greek coasts. Hist. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Caulerpa taxifolia, Barcelona [ed. cylindracea (Bryopsidales, Chlorophyta) reaches the Canary Islands (north-east Atlantic). Used responsibly, Caulerpa racemosa … cylindracea has a slender thallus, fixed to the substratum by means of thin rootlike rhizoids 1-10 (to 20) mm long and 0.3-0.8 (to 1.0) mm in diameter, that are closely arranged along the stolon. Page designed through the cooperative efforts of interagency ITIS Teams. Caulerpa holmesiana G. Murray : frondes de 30 à 50 cm de longueur, base des frondes sans pinnules, mais annelée. This species produces some specific chemical compounds to avoid/reduce spatial competition and consumption by marine herbivores. uvifera (C.Agardh) C.Agardh, 1823; Caulerpa feldmannii Rayss & Edelstein, 1960; Caulerpa obtusa J.V.Lamouroux, 1809; Caulerpa racemosa var. [laetevirens] f. cylindracea (Sonder) Weber-vanvar. By placing in the tank, sump or refugium, the macroalgae absorbs … Rev. Holotype of Caulerpa lagara sp. Branches, feather-like, flattened, and upright, 3 - 10 cm high, rising from a creeping stolon (runner), 1 - 2 mm in diameter, anchored by rhizoids to the substrate. Kingia, 1:349 - 459. 50 (10), 1061-1068. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0025326X DOI:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2005.04.009, Tolay M A, Evirgen A, Piazzi L, Cirik S, 2001a. Huisman J M, Walker D I, 1990. Caulerpa are fast-growing green algae with fronds (“leaves”) that come in a variety of shapes. Due to the variable regulations around (de)registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. Huvé H, 1957. Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia: University of Western Australia Press. Caulerpa taxifolia, Caulerpa sertularioides, Caulerpa mexicana, Caulerpa ashmeadii, Caulerpa scalpelliformis, Caulerpa racemosa (and all varieties of C. racemosa), Caulerpa cupressoides, Caulerpa verticillata, Caulerpa … Caulerpa racemosa (Forssk.) Coquillard P; Thibaut T; Hill DRC; Gueugnot J; Mazel C; Coquillard Y, 2000. A study conducted on the aqueous extract of Caulerpa racemosa collected in India (Gulf of Mannar) showed a pronounced antibacterial activity against different pathogenic organisms . Synonyms : Caulerpa clavifera (Turner) C.Agardh, 1817; Caulerpa clavifera var. Estuarine and coastal environments in south-west Western Australia display differences in several fac tors presently perceived as being important in the control of morphology in Caulerpa. Blitzkrieg in a marine invasion: Caulerpa racemosa var. Zaleski S F, Murray S N, 2006. In: 4th International Workshop on Caulerpa taxifolia, Lerici, 1 - 2 February 1999 [ed. Description de Caulerpa taxifolia (Algue invasive): Cette algue, une caulerpe trop connue pour son côté invasif, est la fameuse Caulerpa taxifolia.Le nom d'espèce précise une nature toxique pour certains poissons qui ne la consomment pas. A menudo se utiliza fresco y crudo como una ensalada de verduras y se desea por su sabor picante, que también hace que sea ideal para su uso en la elaboración de la salsa. Dispersal of Caulerpa racemosa fragments in the Mediterranean: lack of detachment time effect on establishment. cylindracea (Sonder) Verlaque, Huisman et Boudouresque i la tipologia del substrat a la Badia de Palma (Mallorca).). Morphological and photosynthetic performance were analyzed in species of the genus Caulerpa from an exposed coral reef and a sheltered reef lagoon. Huisman JM, 2000. Caulerpa complanata J.Agardh 1873 Caulerpa cylindracea var. First assessment of the Caulerpa racemosa (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta) invasion along the French Mediterranean coast. Alongi G, Cormaci M, Furnari G, Giaccone G, 1993. cylindracea (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta) at the northwest limit of its Mediterranean range. The comparison of liquid-preserved specimens of the invasive Mediterranean strain with specimens from the original strain from Carnac Island, Western Australia, showed no morphological differences (Verlaque et al., 2003). For this study, I selected Caulerpa racemosa (commonly known as sea grape algae) as a potential bio-filtration candidate for the mitigation of aquaculture effluent. Expansion of the macroalga Caulerpa racemosa and changes in softbottom macrofaunal assemblages in Moni Bay, Cyprus. Agardh (Caulerpaceae, Chlorophyceae), new for the flora of Alicante. In: Travaux cryptogamiques dédiés à Louis Mangin. Caulerpa lentillifera J. Agardh and Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskal) J. Agardh, the latter with varieties turbinata and laetevirens but is not significantly different from the ones collected in (Verlaque et al. Bollettino delle sedute dell'Accademia Gioenia di Scienze Naturali. Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskål) J. Agardh 1873: 35-36. On the identity and origin of the Mediterranean invasive Caulerpa racemosa (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta). Seasonal changes of the introduced Caulerpa racemosa var. Gamundí-Boyeras I, Terrados J, Pérez M, 2006. Zaleski SF; Murray SN, 2006. Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. Caulerpa species are eaten as delicacies in some Pacific countries, 89 and it was the search for the distinctive “peppery principle” of C. racemosa that led the initial investigation into this genus. The complete description of the genetic analysis applied to define the identity and the origins of the Mediterranean invasive strain of C. racemosa are provided by Verlaque et al. Caulerpa mexicana, Caulerpa prolifera, Caulerpa racemosa, Caulerpa veravalensis Summary Caulerpa taxifolia is an invasive marine alga that is widely used as a decorative plant in aquaria. Erect and turf species showed similar patterns in invaded areas, but cover of encrusting algae was lower in C. racemosa areas than in C. taxifolia areas (Balata et al., 2004). We do not know yet how they can synchronize these “group weddings” that are not linked to the lunar cycles or the tide, but in Mediterranean and in the Caribbean often happen just before dawn. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. Aquatic Botany, 82(1):55-70. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03043770. Cryptogam. Despite recent advances in taxonomy and phylogeny, there is still confusion about the delimitation and identification of some species due to tremendous phenotypic plasticity. They grow ramifying on a creeping stolon that produces new fronds, one close to the other with the characteristic cluster swellings.When they break, due to the waves of the fishes, few millimetres fragments are sufficient to regenerate the plant. Panayotidis P; Žuljevic A, 2001. Chlorophyta are commonly known as green algae. Like other members of the order Bryopsidales, each C. racemosa plant consists of a single enormous cell with a large number of nuclei. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. cylindracea has a slender thallus, fixed to the substratum by means of thin rootlike rhizoids 1-10 (to 20) mm long and 0.3-0.8 (to 1.0) mm in diameter, that are closely arranged along the stolon. However, var. Verlaque M; Durand C; Huisman JM; Boudouresque CF; Parco Y le, 2003. Dark green to light green. Marine Plants of Australia. 711-712. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. Caulerpa Racemosa: Description- green macro algae with grape like features. The eradication approach proposed for C. taxifolia, due to the conspicuous rhizoid development of C. racemosa in the sediment and in dead Posidonia mattes, appears to be problematic and unsuccessful. cylindracea (scale bar = 1 cm). It utilizes, emptying, all the cytoplasm to create male and female gametes that merge at sea creating swimming spherical zygotes, a “green cloud”, that reduces the visibility to less one metre when, as often occurs, the reproduction takes place in mass. Fig. Nizamuddin M, 1991. Marine Ecology, 25(1):1-13. cylindracea with native macrophytes, such as seagrasses (Raniello et al., 2007). cylindracea, Highly adaptable to different environments, Modification of natural benthic communities, Negatively impacts cultural/traditional practices. It grows rapidly and forms a dense mass of vegetation on shallow sandy areas of the sea. [English title not specified]. PSZNI, 20:307-319. By removing portions of the Racemosa from the tank, it … Acta. Like the Caulerpa taxifolia that while breaking releases a venomous latex containing caleurpin, also the Caulerpa racemosa utilizes, though in minor extent, this venom that seems harmless for the man but is harmful for many marine herbivorous invertebrates such as the Motted Sea Hare (Aplysia fasciata). © MONACO NATURE ENCYCLOPEDIA | All rights reserved. Kingia. Considering morphological and genetic studies on the, Within the Mediterranean, recently established populations occur close to harbours (providing undeniable evidence in favour of secondary dispersal via shipping --, The prevention of future introduction is essential because control/eradication programmes are costly and unlikely to succeed (, Some studies on the efficacy of potential biological control agents of, There are only hypotheses to explain the arrival of the Australian strain of, species produces some specific chemical compounds to avoid/reduce spatial competition and consumption by marine herbivores, http://www.europe-aliens.org/speciesFactsheet.do?speciesId=53253, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. First record of Caulerpa racemosa (Chlorophyceae, Caulerpales) from the Italian coast. Martino V di; Giaccone G, 1995. Formation of propagules on an invasive strain of Caulerpa racemosa (Chlorophyta) in the Mediterranean Sea. Piazzi L, Meinesz A, Verlaque M, Akçali B, Antolic B, Argyrou M, Balata D, Ballesteros E, Calvo S, Cinelli F, Cirik S, Cossu A, D'Archino R, Djellouli S A, Javel F, Lanfranco E, Mifsud C, 2005. 89 Compound 173 has been isolated from a number of Caulerpa … Point of Contact: email@example.com. Particular of the creeping stolon with fronds growing in madreporic environment © Giuseppe Mazza. The genus Caulerpa comes from the Greek (καυλόϛ) “caulós” = stalk, stem and from (ἕρπω) “herpo” = to creep, whilst the name of the species racemosa comes from the Latin “racemósus, a, um” = in clusters, due to the curious look of the laminae as is highlighted by the English name of “Sea Grapes” or the French one of “Caulerpe raisin”. Macroalgal assemblages colonized by C. racemosa were more different from references than those colonized by C. taxifolia. The C. racemosa (Forsskål) J. Agard complex is present in the Mediterranean with three taxa (Verlaque et al., 2000). But if the Caulerpa taxifolia sold for the aquaria has accidentally infested the prairies of Posidonia along the Mediterranean coasts, the Caulerpa racemosa with the variety Caulerpa racemosa var. Plants bright light-green, often looking like cushions of small grapes. cylindracea can spread by fragmentation (Smith and Walters, 1999; Ceccherelli and Piazzi, 2001) and sexual reproduction (Panayotidis and Žuljevic, 2001), and its spherical branchlets (ramuli) can act as propagules (Renoncourt and Meinesz, 2002). Morphological characters, such as distance between … cylindracea has proved even more aggressive. nov. (UWA 3284) (scale bar = 1 cm). Piazzi L; Meinesz A; Verlaque M; Akcali B; Antolic B; Argyrou M; Balata D; Ballesteros E; Calvo S; Cinelli F; Cirik S; Cossu A; D'Archino R; Djellouli SA; Javel F; Lanfranco E; Mifsud C; Pala D; Panayotidis P; Periano A; Pergent G; Petrocelli A; Ruitton S; Žuljevic A; Ceccherelli G, 2005. Ecol. They are shiny green, grape like plants mainly used as vegetables. 189-202. It has created waves in the international food market because of its high nutritional value. It is a giant unicellular organism with a huge number of nuclei and the chloroplasts, that serve for the chlorophyll photosynthesis, are free to move inside it for receiving better the sun rays. laetevirens, occidentalis and turbinata were found to represent environmentally induced forms of a single species, for which the earlier‐described C. chemnitziaC. Caulerpa racemosa. Family Caulerpaceae. In the north-western Mediterranean the phenotype observed consists of poorly developed phylloids and very dense and interconnected rhizomes (Tunesi et al., 2007). The upright axes bear uncrowded vesiculate branchlets that are radially or distichously arranged (sometimes both on the same thallus) on a cylindrical rachis. Cryptogamie, Algologie, 15:159-161. The invention relates to an alpha-tocospirone compound as well as a preparation method and application thereof. Hamel G, 1926. (2000) also provide information on morphological differences between the three varieties of C. racemosa known to occur in the Mediterranean. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. Elle se distingue des autres caulerpes par son aspect insolite, rappelant les grappes de raisin. This page was last edited on 19 August 2015, at 20:39. Polysaccharides, lipids and amino acid profiles were investigated to understand the nutritional value of Caulerpa racemosa and Ulva fasciata from the … (2003). Panayotidis P; Montesanto B, 1994. On the other hand, being rich in fibres, calcium, magnesium, proteins vitamins C, A, B1 and B9, the Caulerpa racemosa is often consumed in salad by the populations of South-East Asia and even cultivated for the Japanese market. Determination of variations in Caulerpa racemosa in the Bodrum-Gökova coast of Turkey. (Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskål) J. Agardh (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta) a Mallorca.) Sargassum spp. (Relació entre la presència de l'alga Caulerpa racemosa var. 517-528. 349-459. Fig. Meinesz A; Melnick J; Blachier J; Charrier S, 1996. Short phylloids and rhizoids of C. racemosa var. It is the type species of the genus Caulerpa, the type location being Alexandria, Egypt. Aquacultured Caulerpa Racemosa is an excellent way to lower nitrates and phosphates in the aquarium. C. racemosa var. Observations sur la physiologie des algues marines, et description de cinq nouveaux genres de cette famille. Description: This plant has erect branches arising from a horizontal stolon attached to the sediment at intervals by descending rhizomes. Tolay M; Evirgen A; Cirik S, 2001. The genus Caulerpa is highly diverse, especially in the Caribbean Sea, the Indo-Malay archipelago and the temperate waters of southern Australia. Invas. Nizamuddin M, 1991. lb. Summary of Invasiveness Top of page C. taxifolia is a green marine macro-algae native to tropical waters of the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Ecological Modelling, 135:1-16;. En réalité, au lieu d'un alcaloïde toxique, c'est un pigment jaune, la caulerpine , qui est métabolisé par certaines espèces du genre Caulerpa (notamment Caulerpa serrulata , Caulerpa urvilliana , Caulerpa racemosa par exemple). Described for the first time in Australia, the Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskål) J.Agardh, 1873 is a green marine alga (Chlorophyta) belonging to the family of the Caulerpaceae, like the well known Caulerpa prolifera of the Mediterranean or the infamous Caulerpa taxifolia native to Australia, Central America and the African coasts. (Prima segnalazione di Caulerpa racemosa (Chlorophyceae, Caulerpales) per le coste italiane. ) Bolletí de la Societat d'Història Natural de les Baleares, 42:63-68. Argyrou M; Demetropoulos A; Hadjichristophorou M, 1999. Blitzkrieg in a marine invasion: Caulerpa racemosa var. Phycologia, 41:533-535. Sexual reproduction of the invasive green algae Caulerpa racemosa var. Thibaut T; Meinesz A, 2000. Taxonomic diversity and geographic distributions of aquarium-traded species of Caulerpa (Chlorophyta: Caulerpaceae) in southern California, USA. Argyrou M, Demetropoulos A, Hadjichristophorou M, 1999. [English title not available]. Renoncourt L; Meinesz A, 2002. Bot. The Caulerpa racemosa grows, like all green algae, in rather shallow waters, with a predilection for the tropical and temperate climates. disturbance by anchors, fishing). Caulerpa racemosa is a species of green alga, a seaweed in the family Caulerpaceae.It is commonly known as sea grapes and is found in many areas of shallow sea around the world. 325-339. racemosa var. Long-range dispersal of the alga seems to be a result of human activities (e.g. cylindracea (Sonder) Verlaque, Huisman et Boudouresque i la tipologia del substrat a la Badia de Palma (Mallorca).) Nouveau Bulletin des Sciences, par la Société Philomathique de Paris 1: 330–333, fig. cylindracea induces a homogenization of habitats at different levels, and a decrease in diversity and in abundance of invertebrates. Oceanol. Cette plante d'eau de mer atteint 15cm de hauteur. Phycol, 38:325-339. [English title not specified]. J. Evol. Caulerpa ( Caulerpa taxifolia) DESCRIPTION: Caulerpa is a genus of marine (salt water) algae that has a growth form with creeping rhizomes that produce tufts of colorless rhizoids (root-like structures) downward and photosynthetic branches upward. 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