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Surfstub is a flat, branching seaweed that clings to rocks in tidal areas. It is usually a shimmery gray, but in some areas is rosy or coral-tinted. It grows just a few inches tall. It is upright when underwater, and falls flat when exposed by an outgoing tide. It can be a hazard for people clamoring over rocks exploring tidal pools, as it is very slick, and grows densely.
While not poisonous, it isn't considered edible, either; it rapidly degenerates upon harvesting, and doesn't have flavor or known nutrition value to recommend it.
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