|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
500 m S of Peveril Point, in Durlston Bay near Swanage, Dorset
|Small(body 20 cm)individual under a rock in 5 m of water.||Guy Baker|
Lulworth Banks, Dorset
|In crevices on ledges.||Charles Whitworth|
Chesil Cove, Dorset (location has been estimated as none given on recording form)
Eastern Kings dive site, 1st wall, Plymouth.
|Under over hang in 25m approx 35cm length||Hugh Jones|
Lulworth Banks, Dorset
|in rock crevices||Fiona Hampton-Matthews|
|Under Girder||Sarah Cunningham|
Dive on Louis Shield wreck, Thurleston Sands
|under overhang||Judith Oakley|
Tinsley reef, Start Bay, south coast near Dartmouth
|in between rocks.||Sonia Rowley|
rocks near grunta beach mortehoe,woolacombe,n devon
|in rock pool||Peter Hake|
Babbacombe bay - few metres off shore
|Both in crevices, one medium size, one big!||Faye Wood|
Off Salcombe, South Devon
Polzeath, Cornwall. Reef at N end of beach.
|Small to medium size. Under rock overhangs, 2-3 m depth at low tide.||Guy Baker|
Princess Ena Brittany. Depth 42m under water vis >12m water temp 14c.
|Under hull and wreckage||Sonia Rowley|
kimmeridge bay dorset
Oxwich Bay, right hand side on and around rocks leading to Oxwich point, Gower
|under overhangs on shore and in pools||Judith Oakley|
Oxwich Point, Gower - 3/4 of way along from beach
|young specimen under rock in rockpool||Judith Oakley|
Between Collywell Bay Seaton Sluice and St Mary's Whitley Bay
|Young Adult approx 7" long||Pete McNaughton|
|1||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.
|Back of small cavern at low water, retreated out of sight||Paula Ferris|
Location was at low tide, around 1.10 mark
|In small rockpool, about 10 inches long, hiding in overhang in rockpool||richard white|
Rocky islands 20 minutes by boat from Seahouses, Northumberland. Small islands 5 minutes north west of the largest Island
|In caves at 9 and 13m. Approx 35 and 40cm long||Lauren Burghes|
North rocky shore of Hayle Bay, Polzeath, 2 m deep low shore gulley,and environs
|Small lobster in crevice along same gulley wall||Paula Ferris|
Out at sea. Approximately 20-25m deep.
Out at sea.
Low shore gullies off NW SE fault line across shore platform
|2lb + caught by one of 3 gaffers working Downwnd, his first and best of year||Paula Ferris|
|1||21/03/2011||Lee Bay, Ilfracombe
Gently sloping shore, expanse of rocks flanking sand, fresh water stream. Good algae cover
|Small lobster, under overhang low shore pool||Paula Ferris|
|4||01/06/2011||Walpole Bay, Margate
Chalk and sand reef
|Shallow chalk and sand reef, depth approx. 2-3 metres.||Shaun Connell|
Coastal rocky areas, north of Berwick up on Tweed, near Eyemouth in Scotland.
|Frequent sighting of adults at a depth of 15 to 20m||Julian Madle|
Moderately exposed rocky shore. Wave-cut platform with infrequent sandy gullies. Frequent small pools. Entire upper shore comprising very dynamic large pebble ridge.
|Backed deep into crevice adjoining shallow pool. Est appx 18cm long. Lower shore.||Robert Durrant|
Diagonal cross-cutting rocky shore gulley and adjacent shore platform at low water
|Under sized, found by local gaffer, in adjoining gulley||Paula Ferris|
Over the wreck of the Gwynfaen