|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Sandstone/clay wall that runs along on the West side just beyond Selsey Lifeboat Station.
|Just drifting by.||Paul Parsons|
Chesil Cove Dorset. Portland side, underhill.
|Mid water.||Ryan Stalker|
|over 50||2008-08-06||Oxwich beach
Oxwich beach, Gower
|stranded on sand and many others washing in with tide||Judith Oakley|
|1||2009-03-02||Off Hackney Lane
|approximately 30mm top to bottom||Tom Young|
Small pier and surrounding shore diving area. Rocky/sandy bottom which has about 7m of water at high tide and 2m at low.
|Floating off slip (open water) approx 1cm diameter.||Joe Bater|
|10 per meter||2009-06-01||Cleveleys north
Beach between the vue and rossall school. mid tide
|Between mid and low tide||Kathryn Turner|
|Appear to have been swept into the harbour by the rising tide. Literally hundreds and thousands of them. Photos at kinlochbervie.info||Gary Sutherland|
|Several Thousands||2010-06-14||Nags Head, NC, USA
Outer Banks, Atlantic Ocean, Mid-Atlantic USA East coast.
|Floating in the ocean washing up on the beach||Stacey McCall|
|1,000's||12/07/2011||Firth Bay, Orkney
Shallow tidal sea water bay, 1 to 6m deep, kelp plants, eel grass meadows, sand/mud bottom
|There were thousands of them drifting by, beautifully irridescent. Long stalks trailing.||penny martin|