Rosy Pudding Plant (Meristotheca)
Pick in shallow lagoons, on reef crests, and in tide pools.
The plant can be dried for long-term storage.
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Rosy pudding plant grows in shallow water and at low tide often attached to coral. The blades of the plant have irregular lobes that are rubbery, fleshy, swollen, and firm with deep pink to dark red color (Novaczek, 2001).