At this area we observed the same three plants as the first area but at this area there was much less green and brown seaweed and a lot of barnacles. Given that this area was inbetween two very large buildings and the area does not get much sunlight, I believe this is the reason why we do not see as much seaweed as previously. The seaweed needs sunlight to live. We also saw schools of small shiny fish in the water which I was not able to identify at this sight but later in my observations at the Barking Crab was able to assess similar fish which I believe could be the same as the fish observed at this sight.
The next thing I observed were little centipedian creatures. They seemed to have an exoskeleton curl up when they are out of water unless they are trying to scurry to safety, water. I seemed to have seen several of these creatures which were very similar in their body structures but different colors. After looking in the Audubon guide book I have determined these creatures to be the sharp-tailed isopod. The guide book says that these creatures grow to 1/2" long and 1/8" wide. The creatures I observed were a little smaller than this which means they are not fully grown. These sharp-tailed isopods come in a great variety of colors including both solid and mottled brown, gray and greenish, which are the colors that I observed. This species is said to be located from the Golf of St. Lawrence to Cape Cod, which is the area we are in.