Trapdoor colony
RezonantVoid

Trapdoor colony

Colony of about 700 wild Arbanitis sp. 10 points to whoever guess the environment they were found in. Looks can be deceiving, so think outside th box
@Spidermolt Unfortunately you're a long way off. Australia.

@viper69 you're pretty close. It was actually 20m from a beach shoreline but they were exclusively on a 3m high stretch of cliff about 15-20m wide with running fresh springwater. As a result, the cliff was absolutely covered in 2" thick moss and the ground around the base was very swampy with even a few sundews. And as guessed, there are a few beach trees but not quite a mangrove swamps. Very unusual to see primitives so close to the ocean in such a salty environment
 

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