hi i was fossiling 5/8/11 at boggle hole near whitby nrth yorkshire i was chipping away at a rock i found on the beach and found this curious little fella hidden away in a crevice its colour is a pale orange it has like electric blue eyes and electric blue spots my husband and my da both think it could be a sea anenome what does anyone else think i really would like to know . thanks sarah
You do not give any indication of size, or whether it is soft or firm, or at what level on the shore it was found. Just from the picture it looks lie a Blue-rayed limpet Ansates pellucida, (previously known as Patina pellucida). This grows up to about one centimetre, and typically lives amongs the holdfasts of Kelp (Laminaria) on the lower shore. The blue spots in rows (rays) on the shell are typical. There is an account of it on Wikipedia.