General Description

Four grey side plates. Each animal is joined closely to its neighbour in a honeycomb-like fashion. Up to 2 cm high, 5 mm wide.


Honeycomb Barnacles are one of the most common acorn barnacle species in south-eastern Australia. They live in dense masses, so close together that the shells of neighbouring animals fuse together.


South-eastern Australia.


Exposed rocky shores, at mid to upper tidal levels.

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