RF2A0HCXN–Close up shot of goose barnacles (Lepas anatifera)
RFHH0PW8–Mussels with acorn barnacles, Roads End State Park, Lincoln City, Oregon
RMW7MXA9–Common barnacles (Balanus balanoides) attached to a rock filter feeding hard, Crail, Fife, UK, July
RMT7JBPC–Crenate Barnacle, Balanus crenatus
RMW7N7DY–Acorn barnacles (Balanus perforatus) living and dead attached to rocks alongside Common mussels (Mytilus edulis) with masses of very young barnacles and recently settled cyprid larvae in the process of calcifying on the rock face and on mussel and barnacle shells. Rhossili, The Gower Peninsula, UK, July.
RF2JMEF8R–Crenate Barnacle(Balanus crenatus) at North Sea,North Frisia,Germany
RMH01K9J–barnacle (Balanus spec.), rock with Barnacles, Norway, Tromso
RM2C7YTW3–Acorn Barnacles Semi balanus balanoides or Chthamalus stellatus on a discarded wheel and tyre
RMDAKK3W–northern rock barnacle, acorn barnacle, common rock barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides, Balanus balanoides), colony on rock covered with algae, Belgium
RF2C19PN2–Balanus attached to the shell of a Japanese scallop. Marine acorns, Balanus -crustacean animal of the Japanese sea, a relative of crayfish and shrimp.
RMEBJH8A–northern rock barnacle, acorn barnacle, common rock barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides, Balanus balanoides), on a coastal rock, Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park
RMDFCYD3–Group of acorn barnacle shells (Balanus sp.)
RMF005YW–barnacle (Balanus spec.), barnacle in a tide pool, Canada, Vancouver Island
RF2JCC6AH–Overgrowth by aquatic organisms (Balanus) and algae on rocks on the shores of the Pacific Ocean in Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
RMEBNTDT–Northern rock barnacle, Acorn barnacle, Common rock barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides, Balanus balanoides), on a rock at seashore, Germany
RM2JF14FF–Pelagic larvae of barnacle (Balanus sp., probably B. crenatus), collected from coastal surface water og south-western Norway.
RM2A9JA23–tide pool wih coralline algae, Corallina species, bladder wrack, Fucus vesiculosus, acorn barnacles, Balanus glandula, and Scouler’s surfgrass, Phyllo
RME9305W–Common limpets (Patella vulgata) and Acorn barnacles (Balanus perforatus) attached to rocks exposed at low tide, Lyme Regis.
RMFN009J–Rock on the shore covered with barnacles and limpets at low tide
RMCXRM04–Green Pronghorn Spiny Lobster (Panulirus penicillatus) on rock with Pyramid Barnacles (Balanus trigonus), Roca Partida
RFHH0PW5–Mussels with acorn barnacles, Roads End State Park, Lincoln City, Oregon
RMT7JBP9–Crenate Barnacle, Balanus crenatus
RMW7N7E2–Acorn barnacles (Balanus perforatus) attached to limestone rocks alongside Common mussels (Mytilus edulis) with barnacles and recently settled cyprid larvae in the process of calcifying on the rock face and on mussel and barnacle shells, exposed low on the shoreline at low tide. Rhossili, The Gower Peninsula, UK, July.
RMF5GHKH–Common Acorn Barnacle (Balanus glandula),Drumbeg Provincial Park, Gabriola , British Columbia, Canada
RMG4FH9G–Barnacle (Balanus crenatus or Chthamalus stellatus) feeding on plankton North Sea - Channel - Belgium
RFE8EF8W–Macro (extreme closeup) of Some miniature white Balanus glandula on a rock while the Tide was Low
RMG4FH9C–Barnacle (Balanus crenatus or Chthamalus stellatus) fixed on the stones of a wave breaker at low tide
RF2ATY4DG–A variety of different age and sized barnacles live together in the rocks on the Yorkshire coast
RMG4FHA5–Barnacle (Balanus crenatus or Chthamalus stellatus) and Common Mussel - Blue Mussel (Mytilus edulis) feeding on plankton
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