Caulerpa lentillifera (C. lentillifera)

The seaweed resembles bunches of little grapes. Each 'grape' is tiny (0.1-0.2cm) usually spherical on a stalk. The 'grapes' are usually tightly packed on a vertical 'stem', often forming a sausage-like shape (2-10cm long). This species is distinguished by the distinct constriction where the 'grape' attaches to the stalk. These bunches of 'grapes' emerge from a long horizontal 'stem' that creeps over the surface. Colours range from bright green to bluish and olive green.

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