2012-08-07 23:06:00

Description

This creature had just been left among the detritus at high-tide mark as the water began to recede. It seemed that it was beginning to dry out in the sand. 150mm long and about 60mm diameter, cylindrical but tapered both ends; very small 'mouth' opening at one end; pale cream coloured to pale orange at the 'head' end; felt very firm but dry to touch; some minor wrinkles covering most of the body (could be from beginning to dry out?) These might be the most non-descript creatures I can think of - ventral, dorsal, lateral views almost indistinguishable!

Location

Victoria, Australia

Meta

Observation2012-08-07 23:06:00
Date-Time From CameraYes
Photo Qualitygood-for-id
Location-38.417417, 145.078518
Photo Geo-Tag UsedYes
Created2018-05-28 by argybee (Mark Ridgway)
Updated2018-05-29 by argybee
Photo(s) LicenseCreative Commons Attribution 2.5 Australia Licence
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