noun, plural fu·ci [fyoo-sahy] /ˈfyu saɪ/, fu·cus·es.
Origin of fucus
Examples from the Web for fucus
Historical Examples of fucus
The Fucus esculentus, a kind of eatable sea-weed on our northern shores.
Fucus digitatus, and other sea-weed, which are used as manure.
In Fucus this usually occurs on the bulbous extremities of the branches.
Found attached to stones, etc., about the holdfasts of Fucus.
Fucus marinus vertebratus pisciculi spinum referens Icthyorachius or what you thinck fitt.Notes and Letters on the Natural History of Norfolk