Goose barnacles on driftwood

Goose barnacles on driftwood

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Caption: Goose barnacles (Lepas anatifera) attached to driftwood. These filter-feeding crustaceans attach themselves to rocks and other surfaces in intertidal zones, using their cirri (feeding structures) to filter plankton from the water.

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