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  Depth range (m): 94.5 - 131.5

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  Depth range (m): 94.5 - 131.5

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Drachiella (alga)

Drachiella is a genus of marine red alga.[2] It has scaly thickenings; also "rhizoids fringing openings".[3] It is found below the kelp zone in areas exposed to moderate wave action; it is irrideccent, and consistes of a short, narrow stipe broadening into midribless thalli which reach 7cm in length.[4] Drachiella exhibits diffuse intercalary and marginal growth, and rhizoids are common along the margins, which it uses for anchorage.[5] Pit connections often link adjoining cells.[5]

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Drachiella (crab)

Drachiella is a genus of crabs in the family Aethridae, containing one fossil species,[1] and the following species:[2]

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