Toothed Wrack

Rocky Reefs

The toothed wrack is one of at least three Fucus species inhabiting the Baltic Sea. A brown algae, the toothed wrack is easy to spot with its serrated corpus but no air bladders. In shallower parts of the Baltic Sea, dense tangles grow on stones and piers, reaching a length of up to 30 centimetres and offering a diverse habitat for small crustaceans, worms and mussels.


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