Recording Marine Life


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Records of Alaria esculenta

Number seen/Abundance Date Location Comments Recorded by
P
Rocky headland at North end of Gwynver Beach, near Sennen.
Amongst kelp. Constituted about about 10% of brown algae cover. Guy Baker
P 1999-08-20
Between 2 small islands near Coque Lihou off the west coast of Alderney, Channel Islands
Photo taken Richard Lord
P 2005-06-25
Portwrinkle, Whitsand Bay
Seen in rockpools lower shore Judith Oakley
Not Found 2008-04-18
Mount Batten N50:21:25 W4:07:40
Rockpools, Open Rocks Seashore Safari
10/07/2011 Lerwick
Description: Sheltered embayment with an East facing aspect; Full salinity Use and impacts: Fishing, drains, rockpooling Sub stratum: Bed rock, large to small boulders Features: Crevices, gullies, pools, overhangs Modifiers: Possible fresh run off from drains
Tabitha Pearman
1 07/05/2012 Paignton, Devon
Preston Sands, northern end of Paignton beach, has a rocky shore. Low tide was 0.5m above CD
In a rock pool, still attached to a living mussel,but adrift. I have not seen A esculenta here before. Jo Corke