Red Grape Weed

Botryocladia sonderi P.C.Silva

Resembles tiny delicate bunches of red grapes. Rigid central stem with irregular branching. Oval to club-like hollow beads (vesiculate laterals) are closely bunched together and attached by short stem (stipe) to branch. Disc shaped holdfast. Dark red-brown.

How to identify Botryocladia sonderi?

What habitats does Botryocladia sonderi live in?

Subtidal reefs with strong current flow, in calm to rough waters, to depth of 24 m

What is the distribution of Botryocladia sonderi?

Southern Australia From WA to Victoria including around Tasmania

How big does Botryocladia sonderi grow?

Can grow to around 30cm long

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