Recording Marine Life


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Records of Pentapora fascialis

Number seen/Abundance Date Location Comments Recorded by
P 2003-03-13 Asia Shoal
Drakes Island, Plymouth Sound, Devon
Very small and broken, 3-4 individuals seen. John Bleach
P 2003-02-05 Wreck of Coronation
Penlee Point, Plymouth Sound
Broken up, 10-15 small individuals. John Bleach
P 2003-05-29
Lulworth Banks, Dorset
Several patches Charles Whitworth
P 2003-06-08
Grove Point, Portland Bill
Several patches Charles Whitworth
P 2003-07-13
Durdle Door Reef, near Lulworth, Dorset
Patches Charles Whitworth
P 2003-07-17
Landing craft of White Nothe, Dorset and surrounding seabed
Charles Whitworth
P 2003-07-31
Lulworth banks
Several clumps Charles Whitworth
P 2003-09-11
Reefs of White Nothe, Dorset
Several patches Charles Whitworth
20 2004-01-04
"The Fields" - aprox 1 mile SSE of Dodman Point, Cornwall.
Various sizes upto about 9 inches across. Chris Bunney
F 2002-10-11
Reef of Durdle door, Lulworth
Charles Whitworth
P 2005-06-25
Portwrinkle, Whitsand Bay
Clumps seen Judith Oakley
Present 2005-06-18
Hat rock, up to 37 meters deep, underwater visibility 9 meters.
On hard substrata, ~ 15 cm diameter and 5-6 cm high. Nice piece! Sonia Rowley
Present 2005-06-18
Hellopes wreck in Penzance bay, 36 meters deep, underwater visibility 12 meters, afternoon dive. Little water running. SE 4 wind. Water temperature 14 C
Present on top of wreckage. Sonia Rowley
Common 2005-06-19
Wreck of the King Cadwallan, Scilly Isles, on the Hard Lewis Rocks. 36 meters deep, underwater visibility 8-9 meters, slight current. SE 5.
15-20 cm long colonies with Nudibranch strings and ribbons on! Sonia Rowley
>10 2005-06-19
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.
Present in colonies up to 20 cm along and 8-10 cm high on wreckage, usually top surfaces and fairly exposed. Sonia Rowley
1 2007-10-07
Western end of Stack Rocks, St Brides Bay,Pembrokeshire at a depth of about 15metres
On low rock at about 15 metres depth Martin PICKWICK