|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Woddy Bay - North sheltered bay approx 2km long comprising mainly boulders,and pebbles with some overhangs and rockpools. Waterfalls onto beach (photos enclosed)
|Rare - 10 or so In man made pool and at low tide||Barbara Haddrill|
Helford passage + Bar beach, Helford River, Cornwall.
|Small stipes on low shore. Some washed up.||Ruth Williams|
Tunnels beach, Ilfracombe, North Devon. Low shore between pools
|Lower shore||Kim-Marie Clothier|
Croyde Beach, North Devon. West facing rocky platform north of sandy bay. Low shore area, steep & rugged rock with deep pools & gullies. Site 3.
|40 plants in pool||David Butt (Brauton School)|
Sublittoral off of Scoble Point
|Exhibiting entire sea loch type fronds over 1m - ca. 1m bcd||Nigel Mortimer|
Snapes Point - sheltered shore
|Common, fronds with few cuts||Nigel Mortimer|
Rocky shore beside Constantine Beach observed in mid shore zone.
|Lower zone only||Peter Jones|
Alderney, Long stretch of beach with rocks on either side. Has very high and low tides.
|Found washed up on the beaches all around the island.||Charlie Smith|
Sillery Sands foreshore low tide level (springs), Lynmouth Bay
|Lots seen, 1m approx at extreme low tide level||S R Hewlett|
Lynmouth foreshore west
|Some seen in a rock pool||Harwell School|
Sillery Sands foreshore between Point Perilous and the bottom of the decent path 9-10/3/05.
|Many seen beside the rockpools||Horspath Primary|
|C||2005-07-12||West Angle Bay
West Angle Bay, Pembrokeshire
|common rockpools||Judith Oakley|
|In pools||mill lane|
|abundant||Extreme low water|
Mount Batten, Plymouth
|Abundant||2009-05-24||Stackhouse Cove, Penzance
In gulleys and under overhangs at Stackhouse Cove during a low of 0.9m
|Lower shore gulleys||Larissa Paver|
|Uncommon||2009-07-18||Eastbourne, below Pinnacle
Mainly soft bedrock with pools and some pebble and sandy areas. Storms previous day and persistant strong wind. Some unidentified hydroids (?Obelia) also found 2 metre low tide so water level fairly high
|Complete plants washed up on shore||Nigel Sawyer|
Shell beach with mussels.
|NA||North West Wildlife Trusts Irish sea|
Rocky islands 20 minutes by boat from Seahouses, Northumberland. Small islands 5 minutes north west of the largest Island
|On rocks between 2-9m 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)
|Lower shore where hard sandstone Also L.saccharina||Nigel Sawyer|
|Occasional||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 with large tidal pools, kelp forest and bare sediment
Rocky shore to the left and right hand sides of the beach.
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!)
|Several complete plants washed up one with sponge amongst roolets (possible golf ball sponge)||Nigel Sawyer|
Rocky shore at Mount Batten
|Marlin Beach Rangers|
Rocky shore at Devil's Point
|Marlin Beach Rangers|