AppearanceThe species can be confused with ''Durvillaea amatheiae'', which has an overlapping geographic distribution. ''D. potatorum'' has a shorter, wider stipe with more limited lateral blade development, whereas ''D. amatheiae'' has a shorter, narrow stipe and typically prolific lateral blade development.
Distribution''Durvillaea potatorum'' is endemic to southeast Australia.
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