|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Raglan Reef, Manacles, Cornwall
|No further information given.||Charles Whitworth|
Far pontoon, Queen Anne's Battery marina
|abundant colour morphs of white, pale pink and very bright orange/pink on top part of pontoons||Judith Oakley|
Hat rock, diving up to 37 meters deep, underwater visibility 9 meters, <1/2 knot running (morning dive).
|Loads on side of rocks, lovely and most open.||Sonia Rowley|
Hellopes wreck in Penzance bay, 36 meters deep, underwater visibility 12 meters, afternoon dive. Little water running. SE 4 wind. Water temperature 14 C
|Loads on wreckage especially on landward/lee side. White and orange colours.||Sonia Rowley|
Wreck of the King Cadwallan, Scilly Isles, on the Hard Lewis Rocks. 36 meters deep, underwater visibility 8-9 meters, slight current. SE 5.
|Loads especially around wreck arches and swim throughs. Not all open. White, orange and some green forms.||Sonia Rowley|
Wreck of the Italia off St. Agnes, Scilly Isles. 39 meters deep, underwater visibility >12 meters, water temperature 13 degrees. No water speed and weather calm with variable 1!! Afternoon dive. Wreck broken up on rocks.
|Especially abundant around archways of swimthroughs and less exposed sides of wreckage. White, orange forms.||Sonia Rowley|
Wreck of the Cita, Scilly Isles. 35 meters deep, under water visibility 18 meters, water temperature 12 degrees. Weather excellent, no wind and no water current. Wreckage in amongst jewel anemone encrusted rocks. Morning dive.
|Common up on higher superstructure and in accommodation and bridge areas of the wreck and higher starboard parts of the stern as it lies on its Port side at this point. Mainly white and orange forms, mainly open also. Also present on toilet seat inside wreckage (white anemones only!).||Sonia Rowley|
Wreck of the HMS Scylla, Whitsand Bay, Cornwall
|Many seen outside of wreck.||Becky Seeley|
Wreck of the HMS Scylla, Whitsand Bay, Cornwall.
|Present in large numbers on the sides of the wreck.||Caroline Farrell|
Queen Anne's Battery, Plymouth
|On sides of pontoons||Judith Oakley|
Claonaig, East Kintyre peninsula, Argyll & Bute
|In a midshore rock pool with other anemones||Robin Harvey|
|60||15/06/2010||BURNHAM ON CROUCH RIVER
FLOATING PONTOON IN THE RIVER CROUCH
|HEIGHT FROM 10mm TO 100mm,ON SIDES OF PONTOON FLOATATION TANKS||JAMES GIBSON|
Coastal rocky areas, north of Berwick up on Tweed, near Eyemouth in Scotland.
|Numerous occurrences in white and orange, up to about 10cm across when open. At depth of 15 to 20m.||Julian Madle|
East side of Loch Fyne, Scotland
|clumps on top of cliff face||Peter Bardsley|
Flat sandy area