|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
|P||Numerous specimens found appeared in good health.|
Batten Bay, nr Plymouth
|Abundant, found in upper shore rock pool||BTCV/ MilleniumVolunteers|
Helford passage + Bar beach, Helford River, Cornwall.
|on rocks mid to low shore||Ruth Williams|
Batten Bay, Mountbatten nr Plymouth
|No further comments.||West Park Primary|
Jennycliff Bay, near Plymouth. Rocky shore, alongside sandy/gravelly beach.
|Common on rocks, midshore||Seashore Safari|
Birling Gap, near Eastbourne, East Sussex
Batten Bay, Nr Plymouth.
|on rock||Seashore Safari|
Croyde Beach, North Devon. West facing rocky platform north of sandy nay. High shore, rugged rocks with some shallow rockpools. Sunny and cloudy, strong breeze. Site 1
|On rocks 10% coverage (5m x 5m area)||David Butt (Brauton School)|
Snapes Point - sheltered shore
|Beds, common throughout the estuary||Nigel Mortimer|
Rocky shore beside Constantine Beach observed in mid shore zone.
|Common, mid/low zones, in pools||Peter Jones|
Lynmouth foreshore west
|Some seen in a rock pool||Harwell School|
Saltdean, east of Brighton, East Sussex
|Abundant, dominates tops of chalk ridges in middle zone.||Kate Cole|
Portwrinkle, Whitsand Bay
|Seen in rockpools||Judith Oakley|
Intertidal below Hen Cliff, Kimmeridge
Lee Bay, North Devon
|Survey of fucoids in midshore over 150m|
|1 or 2 locations||2006-04-13||Borth beach
Southern end of Borth beach, about 5-6km north of Aberystwyth
sugary cove dartmouth castle, low springs, full moon
Kingswear mouth of river dart estuary east side off coastal path
|tufts in rockpools on lower shore||Sonia Rowley|
St Annes north, Fylde coast.
Mount Batten Beach
|Seen on the mid to lower shore on rocks and boulders||Milly Hatton-Brown|
|Found in rockpools and attached to boulders on lower shore||Milly Hatton-Brown|
peveril point swanage dorset
Plymouth Fore shore, bay in Plymouth hoe
|rocks, low tide||Antony Ledger|
Mount Batten, Plymouth
Mount Batten, Plymouth
|Abundant||2008-06-21||South East Cornwall
South East Cornwall, rocky shore.
|Attached to the underside of overhangs at low tide. Fronds between 10cm and 40cm. Low shore.||Amelia Bridges|
St Georges Island/Looe Island. Looe. Cornwall. South West England.
|Covered all of the middle shore and a little of the upper shore. Sheltered shore.||Amelia Bridges|
Kingsand Beach, Cornwall.
|Many clumps just scattered all of the rocks. Fronds about 15cm in length.||Amelia Bridges|
|Abundant||2009-05-24||Stackhouse Cove, Penzance
In gulleys and under overhangs at Stackhouse Cove during a low of 0.9m
|Under overhangs, on rocks||Larissa Paver|
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
|Common||2009-07-05||Cow Gap, Eastbourne
Boulder, rocks and stone leading down to sea, some sandy/gravel patches, with small rock pools and some finer sediment. Un identified Spirobius sp, Sandhoppers and worm (prob Hermanthoe impar - picture sent via post) as well as seaweeds
|Common||2009-08-31||Herne Bay Kent
Below \"soft cliffs\" mainly sandy with some pools and bedrock of sandy clay. Some boulders on the shore often seaweed covered
|Common where could adhere to a rocky surface||Nigel Sawyer|
Rock platform just east of village, below \\\'bathing\\\' pool set into the rocks.
|On rocks on mid to lower shore||Larissa Paver|
Rocky islands 20 minutes by boat from Seahouses, Northumberland. Small islands 5 minutes north west of the largest Island
|On rocks above L. digitata at 2m depth||Lauren Burghes|
Morecambe, Polo Tower, Lancashire
|Dead||North West Wildlife Trusts Irish sea|
|Common||2010-04-21||Cow Gap, Beachy Head Sussex
Rock pools and sandstone area. Area of sand and some mud/ sand patches amongst the boulders and other rocks. Jaera sp also seen. Pools near the cliff had the seaweed Dumontia incrassata and shells of Mactra stultorum were also found (neither listed in DB)
|Common||2010-04-25||Hope Gap, Seaford, Sussex
Low tide on chalk platform boulders, pebbles, with gulleys present lower on shore
|Closer to sea||Nigel Sawyer|
|Common||2010-04-17||North Landing, Flamborough
Mainly chalk bedrock with cobbles and boulders- about 1/3 of the side is exposed rock. Live cover is mainly algae with limpits being far less abundant.
|Super Abundant||2010-05-15||Holbeck, Scarborough
Rocky shore with large tidal pools, kelp forest and bare sediment
Semi enclosed bay, sand with outcrops of rock perpemdicular to low water mark. Associated with the outcrops are motile stones and pools. (many alga species in rock pools dieing back)
|On rocks||Tabitha Pearman|
Rocky shore to the left and right hand sides of the beach.
Shingle and rocks with some rockpools and sandy areas
|Mainly on boulders||Nigel Sawyer|
Following tide out. Strandline to tide line. Shingle to sand but with little washed up on sand. Many worm casts/ holes. Orange sponges also washed up. A single Pollachius sp (full size) was on the beach but too badly damaged to id to Pollock or COley (Gull attacked!)
|Washed up and on lower parts of groynes||Nigel Sawyer|
The rocky shore around the point of Mount Edgecumbe.
|Common||16/04/2011||Nothe Fort, Weymouth
Rocky shore below Nothe Gardens towards the Stone Pier. Some shells look more like Venerupis rhomboides than sengalensis. Some unidentified small shrimps/ prawns seen in wide crevices
|covering large areas||Nigel Sawyer|
Rocky shore at Mount Batten
|Marlin Beach Rangers|
Rocky shore at Devil's Point
|Marlin Beach Rangers|
|Common||26/06/2011||Hope Gap, Sussex
Chalk platform with seaweed covering
|In rock pools and broken off fronds washed up||Nigel Sawyer|
|Uncommon||10/07/2011||Hope Gap, Susex
Chalk platform with channels, flints and a seaweed covering (Pepper Dulse being dominant)
|Few plants seen||Nigel Sawyer|
|Abundant||22/07/2011||Hope Gap Sussex
Chalk platform. 1m low tide and investigated area straight in front of the steps. Many cobbles and stones in the gulleys which were turned and looked at. A bootlace worm, encrusting bryozoan, a couple of unidentitied (and not photographed) chitons also seen - had to escape the rising tide)
|On lower shore||Nigel Sawyer|
|Abundant||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
|Large areas covered||Nigel Sawyer|
Chalk platform in the east and sandy areas at low tide with soft rock and rock pools.
|Patches on lower shore where rocks present||Nigel Sawyer|
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
|Common||17/06/2012||Splash Point, Seaford
Chalk platform and shingle beach
|Washed up and some on shore||Nigel Sawyer|