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1 He alludes to various kinds of fucus or sea-weed, which grows to a much larger size in the Eastern seas.
2 The Mediterranean.
3 Whence the word "fucus" of the naturalists.
4 Fée suggests that this may be the Laminaria saccharina of Linnæus, being one of the "ulvæ" often thrown up on the coasts of Europe.
5 The "green" plant.
6 The "girdle" plant.
7 The Fucus barbatus, probably, of Linnæus, or else the Fucus eroïdes.
8 They are in reality more long-lived than this.
9 Fée suggests that it is the Roccella tinctoria of Linnæus.
10 The Zostera marina of Linnæus, according to Fée .
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