|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Batten bay Plymouth, rocky shore with bolders
|Rock pool||Adam Martin|
Donaghadee Sound (Belfast Lough)
|Seen for the last 20 years. Velvet crab leave the area in January and are replaced by hermits until about July when velvets return.||Eric Brown|
|Frequent||Found during Seashore Safari under rocks.|
Batten Bay, nr Plymouth
|Seen in mid-shore rock pool||BTCV/ MilleniumVolunteers|
Batten Bay, Mountbatten nr Plymouth
|Seen in periwinkle shells.||West Park Primary|
Achmelvich beach, Sutherland
|Common in rockpools - especially in yellow Dog Whelk shells with brown speckles||Liam Mason|
Shankill Beach between Bray and Killiney, County Dublin Ireland.
|No information entered||Tim Clabon|
long sandy beach with rocks on either side
|Under rock||Charlie Smith|
Lynmouth foreshore west
|Seen in a rock pool||Harwell School|
Sillery Sands foreshore between Point Perilous and the bottom of the decent path 9-10/3/05.
|A few seen in small rockpools||Horspath Primary|
Snapes Point Salcombe Estuary Devon
|Seen near rocks 0.5 above CD||Jo Corke|
Mothecombe Beach near Erme Estuary, South Devon
|Seen by group 10,years 4-6, Alice, Keira, Rachel, Olivia and Holly Gask||Holbeton School|
Blackstone Rocks, Wembury Beach, Plymouth
|Mid tide rockpools.||Cat Ridout|
|Under rocks||mill lane|
Batten Bay, Plymouth
|In rockpools||Judith Oakley|
Lee Bay, North Devon
|one or two||2006-06-06||
Lynmouth Foreshore East at midtide.
|Middle of the beach||Madley Brook School|
Lynmouth Beach E at low tide.
|Top of beach||thomas pounder|
Start bay. Tinsley reef. Shingly bottom vis < 1m.
|scarpering across seabed||Sonia Rowley|
sugary cove dartmouth westside lowsprings
|lower shore using hinia incrassata shells||Sonia Rowley|
Blackstone rocks wembury beach
|2||2009-05-12||Blackstone Rocks, Wembury
|3||2009-05-24||Blackstone Rocks, Wembury
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
|Properly more common||Nigel Sawyer|
The pier at Eastbourne. Sandy beach below shingle with some soft bedrock with pools. In addition to the list Mactra stultrom common, as were hydroids (unidentified on the pier structure)
|Commonest crab||Nigel Sawyer|
Rocky islands 20 minutes by boat from Seahouses, Northumberland. Small islands 5 minutes north west of the largest Island
|On rocks from 2-6m||Lauren Burghes|
Rocky shore with large tidal pools, kelp forest and bare sediment
Rocky shore to the left and right hand sides of the beach.
|1||05/03/2011||Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth
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|
|1||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)
|In Gibbula shell||Nigel Sawyer|
|2||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
|Seen in rock pools and one in a netted dogwhelk shell||Nigel Sawyer|
|Many||27/08/2011||Hallsands, South Devon
Shallow dive 4-5m just off South Hallsands
|Lots of crabs of different sizes. Largely on the sandy areas between rocks and in the areas with faster currents||Jackie Vale|
Chalk platform in the east and sandy areas at low tide with soft rock and rock pools.
|Mainly in rock pools but many seen espeically in the Holywell area||Nigel Sawyer|
Flat sandy area
|4||15/06/2012||Lynmouth Foreshore East
Rock Pool Ecology session.
|on stones in rockpools||Hannah Lord|