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Barnacles- Three Pack

Minimum Order: 12 No.
Sold In Multiples of: 12 No.
Product Code: 8526


Natural pink and white barnacle clusters, a firm favourite with aquarium enthusiasts, and for marine themed staging.


Shell size: 75-100mm. (3 to 4")

Pack Contents: Three Barnacle Clusters

Description & Application:
Absolutely stunning collection of three pink and white barnacle clusters in sizes from 75mm to 100mm. Each pack can be arranged as a stand alone group or together as one cluster approximately 125mm across.

As every group of barnacles is unique, the shape of each assemblage will vary from that illustrated.

Aquariums:
A firm favourite being size for size, light weight compared to other stone-based aqua décor.

Mix with our ocean or lava rock to build the foundations of a feature coral reef wall.

Barnacle shells offered by On Line Shells are 100% natural. Sea shells are made naturally form the mineral Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3 ), and will in part aid buffering in the aquarium.

Suitable for all aquarium types.

Imaging and Film Assignments:
With a light yet low reflectance surface this is the perfect shell accompaniment for tropical isle film assignments and maritime themed product photo shoots.

Being colourfast barnacles can be used under water.

Environmental Considerations:
Barnacles are "harvested" as part of the process of clearing harbour entrances and power station outfall pipes in many parts of the Indo Pacific Region.

Colour & Form:
We take great care to provide accurate images, however, as a totally natural product shade variations and irregularities can occur, we consider these add to the fascination of the collection.

Delivery:
This product option is packed in a secure weatherproof pack.
Delivery is either by post, national or international couriers. Our checkout allows for you to advise us of any delivery requirements or concerns you may have.

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Background: Barnacles are distantly related to crabs and lobsters and in total there are over 1200 species.

Barnacles in History Barnacles were first studied by Charles Darwin and used in part to illustrate his theory of evolution.
Large barnacles are cooked and eaten in many parts of the world.

Designation: Megabalanus cocccopoma
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