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Ahnfelt's seaweed

[ ahn-felts ]
/ ˈɑn fɛlts /
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noun

a red alga, Ahnfeltia plicata, common along the coasts of North America and Europe, having brownish, bushlike branches.

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Origin of Ahnfelt's seaweed

After N. Ahnfelt (1801–37), Swedish botanist

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