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Life on the Seashore
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abundant adapted adult algae algal amphipods animals Ascophyllum barnacles beach behaviour benthic bivalves blenny body British Isles bryozoans burrow Carcinus centimetres cnidarians coastal coasts cockles colonies colour common crustaceans decapods dense develop dogwhelks dorsal downshore echinoderms ecological eggs environment estuaries exposed fauna feeding female fish fronds Fucus serratus gastropods gills goby groups grow growth habitats hydroids infaunal inshore intertidal invertebrates isopods juveniles kelp larvae limpets littoral Littorina living low tide lower shore male mantle marine midlittoral millimetres molluscs mussels occur offshore organic pairs phyla Phylum phytoplankton planktonic plants Plate polychaetes polyp populations predators range recognised reproductive rock pools rocky shores salinity sand sandy saxatilis scale bar sea anemones sea slugs seashore seawater seaweeds sediment segments sessile shallow shell sheltered shores siphons snails species sponges spring square metre starfish sublittoral surface swimming tentacles tidal level tube usually wave exposure worms zone zooids