No interactions present.
.did you find this? you may well be right and you might want to move this to the invertebates section to get better help. Looks like an ascidian to me. Normally the star ascidian is quite well defined but there are always exceptions.
You were up late Graham!
Yes, I'd say Star Ascidian (Botryllus schlosseri) in one of its 'cunning' (forming/dying/damaged)forms.
I have posted a few, many without the lovely diagnostic star seen in this one.
for some discussion.
Like Graham says, go to Edit and change this to
Habitat observed in: Marine.
THREE MARINE PROJECTS
Thank you both! It was around the midshore.
Sorry for the slow reply, I've not had time to visit iSpot recently.
OPAL Community Scientist
Yorkshire and Humber
Do edit the group to Invertebrates though.
Lat/Lng: 55.7914, -4.9098
OS grid ref: NS176591
Midshore White Bay, Cumbrae