Below the New Sea Wall LR 23

Limpets and periwinkles living on limestone and concrete and the crevice between the two.

Below the New Sea Wall LR 23 – Limpets and periwinkles living on limestone of the Lias rock ledges and concrete footings from the old breakwaters and the crevice between the two. The shore below the new sea wall at Church Cliffs, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England.

2 thoughts on “Below the New Sea Wall LR 23

  1. Thank you, Judith. There is a nice contrast between the two substrates. In many ways the rough surface created by the cemented pebbles provides a richer habitat for organisms than the natural limestone.

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