sea grape

[English] plural sea grapes

The name 'sea grape' can refer to several stuffs, including a type of glasswort, a plant similar to 'horse tail', the 'raisin de mer' or the 'climbing knot grass', a fish mentioned by Pliny and the clusters of eggs of cephalopods, generally the cuttlefish. However, the one of interest here is a bushy tree from the West Indies. It grows on sandy shores, producing fruits which can be used for making jellies.

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