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A starburst anemone war just beginning   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 35)
Updated June 20, 2007
Feather boa kelp (<em>Egregia menziesii</em>)   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 39)
Updated June 20, 2007
A white starburst anemone in the shade   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 37)
Updated June 20, 2007
A starburst anemone (<em>Anthopleura sola</em>) with a few acrorhagi inflated   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 33)
Updated June 20, 2007
A starburst anemone (<em>Anthopleura sola</em>) in the closed position   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 32)
Updated June 20, 2007
An open starburst anemone showing radiating lines on the oral disk   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 31)
Updated June 20, 2007
In the Low Tide Zone looking seaward at a minus tide, with surfgrass exposed   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 30)
Updated June 20, 2007
A close up of an ochre sea star's sieve plate   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 29)
Updated June 20, 2007
The central disk of ochre sea star; note the sieve plate, just off center   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 28)
Updated June 20, 2007
The tube feet of a sea star   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 27)
Updated June 20, 2007
An ochre sea star (<em>Pisaster ochraceus</em>)   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 26)
Updated June 20, 2007
A close-up of an anemone-free area between two aggregating anemone   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 25)
Updated June 20, 2007
At high-tide, cloned aggregating anemones are split down the middle   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 24)
Updated June 20, 2007
Aggregating anemone (<em>Anthopleura elegantissima</em>) clone with half underwater   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 23)
Updated June 20, 2007
A close-up of an aggregating anemones (<em>Anthopleura elegantissima</em>)   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 22)
Updated June 20, 2007
Rock at Devereux Point demonstrates location of High Tide and Mid Tide   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 21)
Updated June 20, 2007
A California mussel (<em>Mytilus californianus</em>) clump   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 20)
Updated June 20, 2007
A California mussel (<em>Mytilus californianus</em>)   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 19)
Updated June 20, 2007
A tidepool rock at Devereux Point in Goleta   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 18)
Updated June 20, 2007
A single gooseneck barnacle (<em>Pollicipes polymerus</em>)   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 17)
Updated June 20, 2007
A balanus barnacle with legs out (top), filter feeding on plankton   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 16)
Updated June 20, 2007
A balanus barnacle clump   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 15)
Updated June 20, 2007
Buckshot barnacles, with one balanus barnacle (at bottom) in the rocks   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 14)
Updated June 20, 2007
Buckshot barnacles (with a few empty shells)   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 13)
Updated June 20, 2007
A rough-edged fingernail limpet (<em>Collisella scabra</em>)   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 11)
Updated June 20, 2007
A fingernail limpet species with smooth edges   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 12)
Updated June 20, 2007
Periwinkle snails, fingernail limpets and buckshot barnacles in the Splash Zone of rocky shores   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 10)
Updated June 20, 2007
Periwinkle Snails (<em>Littorina planaxis</em>) cemented to a rock   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 9)
Updated June 20, 2007
Examples of the assortment of shell colors and patterns of the periwinkle snail   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 8)
Updated June 20, 2007
Professor Anderson shows where the Low Tide Zone is located   Image Marine Life of California's Rocky Shores (Image 7)
Updated June 20, 2007
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