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Thousands of these small plants were being flushed through the tiny, intertidal channels. They had a sharp, tought, spiny foot which was superb for latching onto rocks and sand. Some would then work their way into the sand as the water pulsed them back and forth. Each was about 60mm long.
Sublittoral zone, near the mouth of a large open bay. The bay is generally very shallow with clean sand floor but receives a decent flush of southern ocean water via some very deep channels.

Date & Time

  2015-09-04 01:43 AM


  -38.39377 , 145.120933 : 2.578 m

Near Balnarring Beach VIC 3926, Australia


NS Observation No. 5B0B9B50ED2A8949FD0000B4
Created 2018-05-28 04:06 PM (over 1 year ago)
Created By Mark Ridgway
Updated 2018-05-28 04:06 PM (over 1 year ago)
Updated By Mark Ridgway
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