Sand Dollar Shell

Sand Dollar shell - a flat sea urchin

Empty shell of a Sand Dollar (Echinarachnius parma) with a bright green coating of microscopic algae, and a scattering of newly settled baby acorn or sessile barnacles, found on the beach at Stewart Point, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

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