Recording Marine Life


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Carole Manion's records

Number seen/Abundance Date Location Comments Species
5 2010-06-20 Pevensey Bay
Just east of Eastbourne, a typical East Sussex pebble beach with some small areas of sand at low tide
Buccinum undatum
20 2010-06-20 Pevensey Bay
Just east of Eastbourne, a typical East Sussex pebble beach with some small areas of sand at low tide
Donax vittatus
3 2010-06-20 Pevensey Bay
Just east of Eastbourne, a typical East Sussex pebble beach with some small areas of sand at low tide
Nassarius reticulatus
150 2010-06-20 Pevensey Bay
Just east of Eastbourne, a typical East Sussex pebble beach with some small areas of sand at low tide
Mytilus edulis
10 2010-06-20 Pevensey Bay
Just east of Eastbourne, a typical East Sussex pebble beach with some small areas of sand at low tide
Parvicardium ovale
20 2010-06-20 Pevensey Bay
Just east of Eastbourne, a typical East Sussex pebble beach with some small areas of sand at low tide
Phaxas pellucidus
1000 2010-06-20 Pevensey Bay
Just east of Eastbourne, a typical East Sussex pebble beach with some small areas of sand at low tide
On beach groins Elminius modestus
1 2010-07-18 Seaford
typical East Sussex pebble beach, high levels of marine debris due to stormy weather.
One single animal attached to an old leather clog which had washed up in the stormy weather. Barnacle was around 1 inch in length with half inch stem. Extending cirri out as shoe was picked up but quickly withdrew. Shoe also has a lot of seaweed attached around the base. Threw shoe back into water in hope of barnacle surviving windy, warm weather. Pollicipes pollicipes
1 2010-07-18 Seaford
typical East Sussex pebble beach, high levels of marine debris due to stormy weather.
clutch of eggs attached to a piece of seaweed, roughly 45/50 eggs. 100\'s of washed up cuttlebones on shore. Sepia officinalis