|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Ventry Harbour is a horseshoe shaped beach with a mixture of sand and gravel in the centre of the beach and a rocky outcrop to the southern end. Two small streams enter the beach along the northern end of the beach. Ventry Harbour is a generally shallow area with depths averaging 2m.
|Caught in Seine Net||Declan Mac Gabhann|
Sheltered bay in Connemara, sandy bottom & sea grass, 5-6m depth
|On sandy bottom, 5m depth. 20-25cm long||Mark Thomas|
Narrow, tidal creek. Siting at 5.3m depth on low spring tide at night.
|Seen resting on muddy bottom, 5.3m depth. Approx 15cm length. Sighting was in darkness at approx. 23.45||brian Mercer|
|1||29/07/2011||Sea off North Devon between Clovelly and Hartland Quay
Sea up to about a mile offshore in North Devon.