No interactions present.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/breffni/4908132184/ shows the spread of crimson tentacles
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1386874 shows the pink organs, & what looks like straw straps. This is a northern species that extends S to the N North sea etc
and move to invertebrates - get more agreements and pics to match :)
...don't see too many of these. The name's Graham by the way but no worries.
Ellude this is a really good photo of a lions mane, & deserves to be shown in the inverts as gramandy says,to get more agreements & influence other observations, which you can do by editing it (the group is 1 of the bits of an identification you can alter). You find & select it in my spot,click edit,find group & change it to invertebrates then click save.
Took me awhile to see these comments.
Lat/Lng: 57.4, -1.9
OS grid ref: NK0936