tubular, about 1 or 2 mm thickness with many sideshoots. appears to grow from rhizomes.
No interactions present.
That is not a UK genus, I think.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
I got the nearest ID from a website that showed European sea grasses and this looked the nearest to one shown.
Thank you Syrphus; I shall follow your advice and check the sample out. I do attempt to identify things that I come across and I don't mind failing, if someone like yourself can point me in the right direction.
It is not failing - it is learning! We all had to do it, and still do, every day. So keep at it.
Lat/Lng: 50.71859, -1.8514
OS grid ref: SZ105910
this was found on the beach between high and low tides and looked to be very fresh.