The red seaweeds are the most species-rich group of marine macroalgae. The plant body is made up of filaments which can be aggregated to produce branched fronds, flat blades and mounds.
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Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, I'm in a great position to explore wild places, and to seek out the living things that can be found there. Formally educated in Botany, working in information technology, and taking photographs for many years, I enjoy exploring the possibilities for biological image creation in our digital world.