Figure 10: Examples of biological infestation of whelks from Carisbrooke midden 7325. (a): burrow of serpulid worm Polydora ciliata; (b): calcareous byssus from attachment of saddle-oyster Anomia ephippium; (c): linear pattern of surface perforations from the sponge Cliona; (d): lower valve of juvenile oyster Ostrea edulis ('spat'). Scale bar: 10mm.
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