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Sphacelaria norrisii Hollenberg

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drawing of Sphacelaria norrisii
after Prud'homme van Reine 1982 and after Scagel 1967
Illustrations:
Hollenberg 1970a, p. 164, fig. 1 (branch detail); Scagel 1967, p. 85, fig. a (habit), fig. b (branching), figs. c, d (cellular detail, as S. racemosa) Display references
Pacific Coast Distribution:
Bridget Cove, Lynn Canal, S. E. Alaska (UBC A65992); British Columbia (Moresby I., Bolkus Is., east coast of Queen Charlotte I.: UBC A54723; Bath I., Gabriola I.: UBC A58556; Gabriola Reef, Gabriola I.: UBC A48513; Brant Reef, E. of Flat Top I., Strait of Georgia: UBC A56260); Washington (Hein Bank, San Juan I.: Hollenberg 1970a, p. 163; Mitchell Bay, San Juan Is.: West 113 in UC) Display references
Life History:
only propagules and sterile plants known

 
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Pl                         Rare, on pebbles and the large snail, Fusitriton oregonensis, the Oregon triton, in the subtidal at 5–12 fathoms (West 23 in UC). Hollenberg 1970a, p. 163. Hawkes et al. 1979, p. 95. Display references
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