Posted February 14, 2018 05:14:37The Concord Patch is a patch of red or orange algae found on the surface of the ocean.
It can grow to over 10 inches across, which is extremely dangerous for humans, and can cause a wide variety of problems for marine life.
It is most commonly found along the northern coast of North America, but is found on other coasts as well.
The patch can be easily identified by the bright white algae.
It has also been observed on the Gulf of Mexico and in the Southern Hemisphere.
The patch can appear to be white, but the algae is actually red, which makes it difficult to tell.
The algae is typically found in the waters surrounding the North Atlantic, and has also shown up on the North Sea.
A small amount of algae can be found on some of the world’s beaches, and is one of the primary reasons for the popularity of the patch.
The patches are usually found in very large quantities on the seabed, which allows them to form in large numbers.
But the patches can also form on land.
The Concord Patch patches are particularly common along the Gulf Coast, and are also found on many beaches in the United States.
In fact, the patch is so abundant that some beaches are called the Concord Patches.
Some of the problems with the patch are that it can cause algae blooms that can lead to dead coral, which can be harmful to humans and other marine life as well as algae that can damage or kill fish.
The blooms also can be damaging to the ocean currents that feed into the coast, so it is important to watch for these blooms closely.
Another problem with the Concord patch is that it is incredibly difficult to see and is very difficult to identify, which means that the public and authorities often have to be involved to get the attention of authorities and officials.
But if you’re looking for the patch, you should never stop looking for it.
The Concord patch has caused some problems in the past, including one in which a man in California died from consuming the algae that had formed in his stomach and was consuming other food, according to the Los Angeles Times.
But this is the first time the patch has been seen on the United Kingdom coastline, which was the cause of concern.