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Chthamalus stellatus
Chthamalus stellatus
Description Photographed on 13/04/2017, 13.37, at Wembury Beach, Devon as part of a "Capturing our Coast" or "CoCoast" survey.  Location 50.3155  -4.0835,  mid shore.  The substrate was bed rock and the surface was flat.  The second photograph is an enlargement of the first showing the C.stellatus barnacles identified with a red dot.  Others in the photograph are C.montagui.  The quadrat frame is 30mm square.  Wembury is quite an exposed rocky beach and the surrounding coastline form a Marine Conservation Area (MCA) and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC). Author Sue Carlyon ·  JPG file - 4.41 MB - 2 550 x 2 400 pixelsmore
Extra information
Camera Maker: Olympus Corporation
Camera Model: TG-4
Image Title: OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Original Time Taken: 2017:04:13 13:37:12
Time Digitized: 2017:04:13 13:37:12
Shutter Speed: 1/160 sec
Aperture: f/3.2
ISO Sensitivity: 100
Exposure Compensation: 0 EV
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash Fired: No Flash
Original Width: 2550 pixels
Original Height: 2400 pixels
Orientation: 1: Normal (0 deg)
Focal Length: 5.5 mm
Focal Length Equivalent in 35mm Film: 30
Latitude: 50.315481666667
Latitude Reference: N
Longitude: 4.0834533333333
Longitude Reference: W
Altitude: 0m
Altitude Reference: +
Location
added on 2017-11-18167 viewsWoRMS taxaDigital photo, entire species Chthamalus stellatus (Poli, 1791) Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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