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CLUSTER OF BARNACLES - MIOCENE, MARYLAND, U.S.A.
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CLUSTER OF BARNACLES - MIOCENE, MARYLAND, U.S.A.


Balanus concavus

Barnacles are sessile (fixed) Arthropods. Charles Darwin spent decades studying these animals. They need a surface to cement to as a larvae to which they are then fixed for life. Often seen attached to boats and whales.

Miocene Period.
Calvert Cliffs, Maryland, U.S.A.

Specimen : 5 cm. across.



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