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Welcome Cláudio. I recently posted a closely related species, which is sometimes called "sea cherries": http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/140...
I'm still learning things about the project noah. Thank you auntnance123 for your important information about Beadlet Anemone, and about the Noah Project itself. :)
Very helpful information; with it I think I've found the scientific name: Actinia equina. When creating a spotting it's important to provide as much information as possible, especially if the ID is in question.
I took the photo, when was low tide. It was in a small pond. The portuguese name for this is "morangos do mar", translated into English is "sea strawberries". But I think the comun name for this is Beadlet Anemone, but I don't know the scientific name.
Very interesting. I would guess it is some sort of anenome, but without more information an ID would be difficult. Where exactly did you spot it? How big was it?
Spotted on Sep 16, 2012 Submitted on Sep 16, 2012