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Sea oak

If protected from light, red seaweeds can retain their colour for hundreds of years. Famous Victorian seaweed collector Amelia Griffiths found this specimen of sea oak at Ilfracombe....

Tufted conifer-weed

RAMM's senior curator of natural history retired at the end of April 2012 having worked at the museum for over 30 years. Whilst undertaking some research in order to answer...

Goblin's gold or luminescent moss

This moss was collected in 1820. It is known as luminescent moss or goblin’s gold because of the way light is reflected inside its cells and it can be seen...

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