Recording Marine Life


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Records of Elminius modestus

Number seen/Abundance Date Location Comments Recorded by
P 2005-05-24 Mothecombe Beach
Mothecombe Beach near Erme Estuary, South Devon
Seen by group 6, year 3,5&6, Jack, Isaac, Tom Rogers, Francis and Anthony Holbeton School
P 2005-05-24 Mothecombe Beach
Mothecombe Beach near Erme Estuary, South Devon
Seen by group 5, year 4-6, Jacob P, Joe, Piran Speed, Toby and James Holbeton School
A 2005-08-02
Far pontoon, Queen Anne's Battery marina
abundant on walls mainly Judith Oakley
abundant
On rocks
abundant 2006-06-27
Jennycliff Beach, PLymouth
On rocks Newton Ferrers Primary School
abundant 2006-06-27
Jennycliff Beach, PLymouth
On rocks West Park Primary School
3 2006-04-25
Chesil cove
Si Parker
2003-03-23 Fleetwood north
Fleetwood north, Flyde coast
Live attached Kathryn Turner
2003-04-11
St Annes north, Fylde coast.
Kathryn Turner
2003-07-27 Fleetwood north
Fleetwood north.
Kathryn Turner
Common 2009-06-20 Hastings
Rocky shore below East Hill with some sand patches, shingle, pebbles and boulders. There is also a rocky \"platform\" mid-low shore with many crevices and small rock pools. Other species certainly present including some hydroids, bryzoans, brown flatworms, probable Bullhead and other fish
Barnacles that looked like this species to me on high to mid shore. Nigel Sawyer
Common 2009-08-02 Hastings
Directly east of the Stade. 2.3 metre low tide. Shore line pebbles and boulders with some rock pools in evidence
Nigel Sawyer
Uncommon 2009-08-29 Two Tree Island Essex
Mudflats and saltmarsh
On Sand Gaper shell Nigel Sawyer
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 Carole Manion
Very abundant 2010-11-13 Hightown estuary
Artificial 'shingle' beach at Estuary mouth of the river Alt surrounded by extensive sand-dunes and shore. Some small yachts use this area with Liverpool and major ship traffic to the south
present and completely covering the underside of almost every rock i lifted along the upper shore. Ben Deed
Uncommon 06/08/2011 Hope Gap, Sussex
Chalk platform at low tide (1.2m) Several unidentified seaweeds seen and two scale worms (?Harmothoe impar). ALso Halurus equisetifolius which does not appear in the list
On a washed up mussel shell Nigel Sawyer
Uncommon 28/09/2011 Eastbourne
Chalk platform in the east and sandy areas at low tide with soft rock and rock pools.
Found on a washed up mussel shell Nigel Sawyer