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Lion's Mane , Jelly Fish

Observed: 30th June 2012 By: ElludeEllude’s reputation in InvertebratesEllude’s reputation in InvertebratesEllude’s reputation in Invertebrates
 June 2012
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Species interactions

No interactions present.

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ChrisMcA's picture

Lions mane photos

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

gramandy's picture

good to edit...

and move to invertebrates - get more agreements and pics to match :)

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Thanks DAVID

Now moved

gramandy's picture

great pic in fact...

...don't see too many of these. The name's Graham by the way but no worries.

ChrisMcA's picture

moving

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.

Ellude's picture

Thanks

Took me awhile to see these comments.
Now moved.