|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Rocky headland at North end of Gwynver Beach, near Sennen.
|On vertical rock face at 2-3 m depth. (>20).||Guy Baker|
Wreck of the Black Hawk, south of Portland Bill
|Small patch||Charles Whitworth|
Raglan Reef, Manacles, Cornwall
"The Fields" - aprox 1 mile SSE of Dodman Point, Cornwall.
|Hundreds covering verical sides of reef.||Chris Bunney|
Lampay Island reef, Isle of Skye
|Occassional on overhanging areas of rock wall at approx 15m||Alison Fish|
East of A'Chuli, Garvellachs. Firth of Lorn
Plymouth Hoe to the west of the Waterfront pub, Lowtide on rocks
|Large clusters in gulleys and overhangs, very low tide||Jon Parr|
Hat rock, up to 37 meters deep, underwater visibility 9 meters.
|Large colonies of same colour forms, occasionally solitary towards shallows.||Sonia Rowley|
Hellopes wreck in Penzance bay, 36 meters deep, underwater visibility 12 meters, afternoon dive. Little water running. SE 4 wind. Water temperature 14 C
|Loads of different colour varieties scattered over wreckage.||Sonia Rowley|
Wreck of the Italia off St. Agnes, Scilly Isles. 39 meters deep, underwater visibility >12 meters, water temperature 13 degrees. No water speed and weather calm with variable 1!! Afternoon dive. Wreck broken up on rocks.
|Common on rock faces and sides of wreckage.||Sonia Rowley|
Wreck of the Cita, Scilly Isles. 35 meters deep, under water visibility 18 meters, water temperature 12 degrees. Weather excellent, no wind and no water current. Wreckage in amongst jewel anemone encrusted rocks. Morning dive.
|Encrusting surrounding rocks and more exposed flat areas of wreckage.||Sonia Rowley|
|in pools||mill lane|
Sillery Sands, Lynmouth.
|Seen in the splash zone||Bampton Newman|
|common||Many colour morphs, on, extreme lower shore rock, i associated colours upto 1cm|
|Abundant||2007-10-26||Tunnels beach, Ilfracombe
Tunnels Beach, Ilfracombe
|as for cup corals||Paula Ferris|
Persier wrech, Bigbury Bay, Devon
|10||2009-07-24||Tunnels Beach, North Devon
Rocky shore, slatey sand, 2 private beaches accessed by tunnel with Victorian bathing pool commercially exploited as visitor attraction.
|Very approx number, above cup corals, closed and obscured by weed.||Paula Ferris|