large about the size of a half drink can
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Definitely this species as it is the only anemone in rock pools that has that distinctive pattern.
These anemones are causing trouble in marine biology circles! there is much debate as to whether they are a colour morph of the beadlet anemone (Actinia equina) which have three recognised morphs red, brown and green. None of which have spots on the base like the strawberry in your picture!
To find out about what's going on in the south west check out http://www.ispot.org.uk/forum/8409
They always seem to be a lot bigger than a typical beadlet though, so perhaps not just a colour morph - unless the spots only develop in large specimens.
I see you've several observations in other organisms & as they're all invertebrates they should be moved there to join their fellows, which is done by selecting your observation in myspot, selecting edit & the changing group to invertebrates, & then clicking save.
I do think it time that Admin found a way of CHANGING the group of posts when authors either ignore pleas or have left the arena.
HOWEVER, I have dropped a note on squirrel who will surely come.. and if you do, note Chris's comment above.
Gosh, this is an old post.
ok have changed that now :)
Great, thanks for coming. Now can you add a Tag ProjectM1 please? If you want to see it in the
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