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How unfortunate that the few have not seen, nor aggreed to, this post.
I think it is brought about by you not placing this in Marine (as opposed to Coastal).
It is a difficult thing because we are asked, eroneously I believe, to place this in the Habitat found. So a washed-in shark in the garden or a bird-dropped herring in the street would not get properly attributed - You'll know what I mean!
I would always recommend that marine organisms be placed in Marine, or AT LEAST with the addition of the Descriptive tag Marine. Many of us watch here http://www.ispotnature.org/taxonomy/term/376 and not here http://www.ispotnature.org/taxonomy/term/41
Oh well! This is definately and typcally Sepia officinalis.
THREE MARINE PROJECTS
Lat/Lng: 51.2108, -3.4568
OS grid ref: SS983467