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Description Chthamalus stellatus
English: photographed near the upper shoreline, Lundy Island, UK. Max shell length about 10mm.
Français : Photo prise près de l'ile de Lundy, au Royaume Uni. Les plus grosses coquilles font 10 mm.
Date 2 August 2007
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Author MichaelMaggs


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51° 9′ 42.09″ N, 4° 39′ 9.76″ W

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