Chamaesipho tasmanica

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Common Name
Honeycomb Barnacle
Binomial Name
Chamaesipho tasmanica
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Scientific Classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Maxillopoda
Order: Sessilia
Family: Chthamalidae
Genus: Chamaesipho
Species: tasmanica

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Common Names

  • Honeycomb Barnacle



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Similar Species

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Maximum Size

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Associated Organisms

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Captive Care

Tank Size

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Water Flow

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Growth Rate

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Local Ecology


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Additional Information

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