Introduction: Identifiable features of the common scaleworm (Lepidonotus semitectus clava) include 12 pairs of flat bean-shaped scales on the upper surface of the body, each with a number of conical tubercles giving off a bumpy appearance. They are common in rock crevices, beneath boulders and in rocky shore pools in low tide.
Diet: Microscopic sea food.
Breeding: Planktonic larvae are produced externally.
Max size: 20mm.
Wonderfully situated remote lodge - directly on the beach near the Cape Cross seal colony
An upmarket lodge on the Skeleton Coast - only visit-able as part of a fly in safari.
Accommodation in the Skeleton Coast, really catering for fisherman but hardened visitors who absolutely have to spend a few nights inside the Skeleton Coast Park may choose to stay here
A campsite in the Skeleton Coast Park, popular with fisherman during the summer holidays