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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 13, 2020 04:11 PM ACST

Descripción

The hinge area seemed deeper than I recall others specimens, but I think this is A. cygnorum.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 13, 2020 04:24 PM ACST

Descripción

It only has 10 arms but Matt (@mtank) posted the same sort of thing so I guess it's right - see https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/32698699

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 13, 2020 04:43 PM ACST

Descripción

A very common snail, but it was the incredible distance they travel - apparently randomly - searching for water at low tide - image #2.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 13, 2020 04:49 PM ACST

Descripción

In this location, there are many crab tracks (image #2) at low tide but this is the first time I was able to trace one to the track-maker.
A bigger version of the crab posted yesterday - https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/52771524

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 12, 2020 03:36 PM ACST

Descripción

Close-ups showing one of its siphons and trying to determine of the pink material was part of the organism or something growing on it. It's quite common but not all of them have it.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 12, 2020 03:49 PM ACST

Descripción

The photos don't do it justice ... the hairs looked like newly polished brass wire.
Stranded by the tide but still very much alive - juvenile.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 12, 2020 03:53 PM ACST

Descripción

Another example of this small crab working along the edge of the incoming tide in a pool - see also https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/40117528.
Partially buried when it saw me.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 12, 2020 03:58 PM ACST

Descripción

Showing as a slight protuberance in the wet sand. Thought I'd dug-up a pebble at first. It stayed tightly curled through various photos but started to open-up when laid on its back (image #3)

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 10, 2020 11:56 AM ACST

Descripción

One that managed to be dislodged and washed ashore without being split asunder ... possibly because there were holdfasts attached to both sides (valves).

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 9, 2020 02:25 PM ACST

Descripción

This looks somewhat like a more heavily degraded version of a previous obs - https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/37295454.
(See revised ID suggestion below)

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 7, 2020 02:20 PM ACST

Descripción

A particularly fine-looking specimen.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 6, 2020 09:59 AM ACST

Descripción

Absolutely magnificent colour ... still alive and returned to deep water.

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Ostiones Y Almejas Orden Ostreida

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 6, 2020 10:07 AM ACST

Descripción

I think this is a valve from O. agasi. I've seen several like this lately with a thick calcified crust ... an earlier one (not recorded) even had small stones emebbed in the crust.
I presume this is an environemental deposit, not part of the shell ... ?

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Esponjas Y Parientes Filo Porifera

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 6, 2020 10:09 AM ACST

Descripción

A somewhat 'brain-like' shape.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 6, 2020 10:54 AM ACST

Descripción

A very nice specimen for showing-off the features of these shells.

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Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 6, 2020 10:27 AM ACST

Descripción

A tangled,decomposing mess amongst the wrack at high-water mark (image #3)
Dragged it down to the water to get a better look.
(Thanks @rfoster for assistance with the ID - iNat picked it as this too).

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 5, 2020 11:26 AM ACST

Descripción

Posted several previous times but always appealing.

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Caracoles, Babosas Y Parientes Clase Gastropoda

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 5, 2020 11:47 AM ACST

Descripción

The shape and general appearance suggest a Limpet of some kind.
It was the internal grooving and edge notches that caught my eye ... hopefully characteristics that will help with a better ID.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 5, 2020 12:15 PM ACST

Descripción

A very attractive red algae.

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Square

Qué

Esponjas Y Parientes Filo Porifera

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 5, 2020 12:19 PM ACST

Descripción

A big old sponge.

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Esponjas Y Parientes Filo Porifera

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 5, 2020 12:42 PM ACST

Descripción

A form of sponge that I haven't seen before.

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Esponjas Y Parientes Filo Porifera

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:13 PM ACST

Descripción

I THINK these grey lines on a sponge were a different type of sponge - see https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874935

Fotos / Sonidos

Square

Qué

Camarones, Cangrejos Y Parientes Subfilo Crustacea

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:15 PM ACST

Descripción

This was one of several types of organisms embedded in a sponge.

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:06 PM ACST

Descripción

A small colony lying amongst the seaweed wrack.
Yet another example of the beauty of these creatures!

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Esponjas Y Parientes Filo Porifera

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:10 PM ACST

Descripción

I'm not sure if the grey lines on this sponge were a separate organism or part of the main sponge.
I've opted for separate and posted them as separate observation - see https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874943
There were numerous other organisms embedded in the sponge - see -
https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874928
https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874929
https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874930
https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874938

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Nemátodos Filo Nematoda

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:14 PM ACST

Descripción

This was one of several types of organisms embedded in a sponge.

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Vida Vida

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:14 PM ACST

Descripción

This was one of several types of organisms embedded in a sponge. There were many of this type.
They have a similar but materially different shape to another type - see https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874928
No idea!

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Vida Vida

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:20 PM ACST

Descripción

This was one of several types of organisms embedded in a sponge. I've posted two examples that are coloured differently but appear to have the same general shape.
That shape was similar but materially different to another type - see https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/observations/51874929
No idea!

Fotos / Sonidos

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wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:27 PM ACST

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Vida Vida

Observ.

wamoz

Fecha

Julio 4, 2020 01:32 PM ACST

Descripción

This was hard, like a coral. The under-side looks somewhat coral-like to me too.
No idea!

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