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This one seems to have the single rows of suckers typical of Curled Octopus as opposed to the double rows of Octopus vulgaris (common octopus). It was found dead on a beach in the shape seen here.
Please add the Tag ProjectM1 Cathal (for the Marines Project).
And I believe you should change the Habitat tag to Marine as it genuinely is a marine creature.
Will do. I think I was applying the habitat category to where I found or observed the critters in question. This was washed up on the shore so I was choosing coastal for the location.
As I understand, we are asked to place in the Habitat found in. So, a whale washed inland to someone's garden (it might happen) would be Gardens and Parks! And a Butterfly migrating, they do, would be Marine - nice!
Youi can of course Tag them Marine - see www.ispotnature.org/taxonomy/term/337 but I might be the only one!
Never mind. I don't search the site for Coastal but stay in touch with Marines via this link www.ispot.org.uk/taxonomy/term/376.
Goodness it's nice to have you back. I'll send you a plain mail soon.
There are probably more I could change. Thanks Derek, looking forward to your email.
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