|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Lee Bay, North Devon
Near the wreck of the France Aimee on the east side of the isle of wight
rocky coast on coastal walk between compass and castle cove dartmouth (westside) increased sun exposure till sundown no fresh H2O inlets.
|tufts on lowershore rocks-small||Sonia Rowley|
Mount Batten, Plymouth
|Abundant||2008-06-21||South East Cornwall
South East Cornwall, rocky shore.
|Attached to rocks at low tide. Fronds about 20cm. Middle to lower shore.||Amelia Bridges|
Near the break water at Aberavon beach
|On a rock||Adrian Cooke|
Shell beach with mussels.
|NA||North West Wildlife Trusts Irish sea|
Aberavon Beach, Wales
|Traethmelyn Primary School Doyle|
|NA||2009-08-13||Blackpool Central - South Shore
|North West Wildlife Trusts Irish sea|
Morecambe, Polo Tower, Lancashire
|Dead||North West Wildlife Trusts Irish sea|
|n/a||2010-01-29||Crosby Beach, Liverpool
Surveying carried out on the beach near Brighton-le-Sands, Liverpool, Merseyside. Recorded by Daniel Flenley.
|Live specimens||North West Wildlife Trusts Irish sea|
Thurstaston Beach, Wirral, Merseyside. Recorded by Wirral Wildlife & Kathryn Turner
|Dead specimens||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||2010-04-17||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.
Rocky shore to the left and right hand sides of the beach.
The rocky shore around the point of Mount Edgecumbe.
Rocky shore at Mount Batten
|Marlin Beach Rangers|
Rocky shore at Devil's Point
|Marlin Beach Rangers|
Sand and shingle beach with occassional areas of exposed hard substratum comprising 'soft' sedimentary rock in which shallow pools have formed. Groynes and wooden defenders situated near the mid tide mark behind which pools have formed.
|On groynes and wooden defences||Tabitha Pearman|
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