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  1. wildlife · fishery resources · life sciences
    coirleach Reference Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
    ga
    Fingertang
    de
    sea tangle | horsetail kelp | sea-wand | seaweed | fingered | sea-girdles | red-ware | oarweed | tangle | sea-ware
    en
    Definition large conspicuous kelp growing up to 2 m in length commonly found at low water during spring tides on rocky shores Reference COM-EN, based on:- Marine Life Information Network for Britain & Ireland (MarLIN) > Oarweed: http://www.marlin.ac.uk/speciesinformation.php?speciesID=3613 [8.6.2010]- algaeBASE > Laminaria digitata: http://www.algaebase.org/search/species/detail/?species_id=3 [8.6.2010]- MarLIN > Biological Traits Information Catalogue (BIOTIC) > Laminaria digitata: http://www.marlin.ac.uk/biotic/browse.php?sp=4228 [8.6.2010]- Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) > Laminaria digitata: http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=11228 [8.6.2010]
    Comment A large and sturdy brown seaweed, one of the most common 'kelps'. Extensive 'forests' of it, usually partly exposed at low tide, are found around the coast of Scotland, providing a highly diverse habitat for crustaceans, molluscs, fish, seals and other seaweeds. It is a traditional coastal food, a very rich source of natural vitamins and minerals, including essential trace minerals, and a traditional animal feed and fertilizer. It is common on all coasts of Britain and Ireland except for the east and south-east coast of England, otherwise distributed from Iceland and N Russia south to Brittany. In the western Atlantic from the NE coast of Greenland south to Cape Cod and, although less common, to Long Island. (source: http://laminaria.provenskincare.com/?pagenumber=3&se=1 - 16/11/2007)
    varech palmé | laminaire digitée
    fr
    Laminaria digitata
    la
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