I really have no idea what sort of organisms this/these is/are.
Many (10+) in this short stretch of pool. At least a few seemed to be actively sheltering under/near Anthopleura, with their back legs around the stalk of the anemone
Shell-rich sand under a boulder
Only one, lower intertidal around yesterday's peak -1.2
I guess F. velutipes var. lupinicola
Eucalyptus flower goo on its head
Self jeal is edible, and is used as a cure to infections and as a tea for viruses?. The stem is used in salad, soups, and other parts of the flower can be used to make poultices to sooth infections, as mentioned before. Look on Wikipedia once more. (The aerial parts of the plant can be powdered and brewed to make a cold infusion to make a beverage) This plant is perrenial herb found in Europe, Asia, and North America, as well as moderate climatic zones.
Adult male. Continuing vagrant first found by Jack Mazza. Black hood and throat surrounding yellow face and black eye. Pink legs.