On Lovells Island, the tide pools were teeming with life. We found so much! We had hermit crabs, sea lettuce, rockweeds, barnacles, green-grass like seaweed, blue mussels, asian shore crabs, tiny arthropods, periwinkes and tunicates galore! The tidal pools had organisms from both environments. The growth of the seaweed and organisms wasn't as dense as we found in the subtidal locations at the Barking Crab and Rowe's Wharf, but it was much more dense than the periwinkles and crabs found at Peddock's Island.
We also saw some terrestrial snails. On the beach there was a grouping of shells on the rocks, and then we found live snails on the trees.