Attentive Seacoast beachgoers may have noticed much of the seaweed washing ashore these summer days has a marked pink tinge to it — a.
The invasive species is a short, stubby, red seaweed that isn't supposed to be in the Gulf of Maine. It's an invader that found its way here, likely.
miles of coastline from Maine southward since it was first discovered The Red Asian seaweed is creating problems for the fishing industry.
Seaweed a growing problem on Maine beaches southern Maine found themselves grappling with an unusual source of complaints this year.
The shores of Appledore Island, Maine -- just six miles from the New Hampshire coast -- are being invaded by an aggressive red algae that can.
This species of kelp is found in the near shore, subtidal zone, preferring more At least 5 different varieties of this red seaweed are found along the Maine coast.