Callophyllis variegata

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Callophyllis variegata
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota
(unranked): Archaeplastida
Division: Rhodophyta
Class: Florideophyceae
Order: Gigartinales
Family: Kallymeniaceae
Genus: Callophyllis
Species: C. variegata
Binomial name
Callophyllis variegata
(Bory de Saint-Vincent) Kützing

Callophyllis variegata, commonly known as carola, is a type of edible seaweed, a member of the genus Callophyllis. Callophyllis variegata occurs in Concepción de Chile and other parts of South America such as Peru, the Falkland Islands, Tierra del Fuego. But also in New Guinea, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, St. Paul Island (Indian Ocean), Antarctic and subantarctic islands such as the Graham Land, Kerguelen, Macquarie Island, South Georgia, and the South Orkney Islands.

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