Boggle Hole Survey of Zonation

Further down the shore saw wrack and bladder wrack are found in abundance

Lower still and the serrated wrack becomes more dominant than the bladder wrack.
Until the rock is covered completely in Saw Wrack
Last of all just before the low water level we came across kelp

The photos above and below show how edible winkles are identified by the pointy shell and the shape of the lip.

On the lower shore we found many anemones like the one above
And a few fish like this butterfish
Again on the lower shore we found topshells
Here's a little hermit crab sticking a claw out of a winkle shell (lower shore again - favorable conditions therefore more diversity)
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