In addition to shells and insect remains, several other types of invertebrate remains were found within, or just outside, the hull remains. Eighteen pieces of coral were recovered from the dredge screen. Whitish tan in color, the coral appears to be all of one type (Oculina, ivory bush or tree coral). Coral is not found growing on the site today. These remains most likely represent remnants from earlier growths, when the bay was capable of supporting coral, or they may represent fragments of coral which found its way into the ship’s ballast. Wooden timbers along the outside of the hull were often found covered with numerous barnacles. Considering that these timbers were often buried under nearly a meter of sediments, the barnacles probably represent accumulations while the ship was still in service. Very minute barnacle growths were also found on the lead fragments. Their small size suggests that their growth was arrested by the effects of lead poisoning. Other small invertebrate remains include bivalve hinge parts and limpet exoskeletons which were occasionally found during dredging in most of the excavation units. Three shark teeth were also recovered.