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Three starfish types

2 stars/2 seren ©North Wales Wildlife Trust By now you will have come across a starfish or two and there are many types out there. However, those found commonly in the intertidal region and which [...]

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Some more anemones

gem anemone/anemoni dafadennog (Aulactinia verrucosa) ©Janine Yarwood As well as the more obvious anemone species you will find some hidden, tucked etc regularly, as well. These can be more [...]

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A few worms

honeycomb worm/llyngyren ddiliau (Sabellaria alveolata) ©Clare and Charlie Welsh Worms are tricky – they tunnel, move and there are plenty of them. Many require a good view of the head, which [...]

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INNS

carpet sea squirt/chwistrell fôr garped (Didemnum vexillum) ©CCW-NRW INNSS Marine Invasive Non-Native Species are a clear problem for our Marine Protected Areas and only add to the problems the [...]

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Some squirts

star ascidian/chwistrell serennog (Botryllus schlosseri) ©Teja Entwhistle So many sea squirts can be found in the lower shore intertidal region, but without knowing a few these are likely to be [...]

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Some more crabs

Large spider crab/cranc heglog pigog (Maja brachydactyla)©North Wales Wildlife Trust Depending on the shore you’re surveying you might well find some less than usual crabs on your survey. We [...]

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Molluscs

blue-rayed limpet/brenigen las (Patella pellucida) © North Wales Wildlife Trust Here you will find ID features of a few more common shelled molluscs; less common, but easily identified shelled [...]

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