|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
typical East Sussex pebble beach, high levels of marine debris due to stormy weather.
|One single animal attached to an old leather clog which had washed up in the stormy weather. Barnacle was around 1 inch in length with half inch stem. Extending cirri out as shoe was picked up but quickly withdrew. Shoe also has a lot of seaweed attached around the base. Threw shoe back into water in hope of barnacle surviving windy, warm weather.||Carole Manion|
|several thousand||03/10/2011||Long Strand
Long Strand Rosscarbery Co Cork ROI
|Seen in a small quantity on a washed up fishing net then near by in a greater quantity on washed up drift wood. Drift wood approx 7ft long. Photos will be emailed.||Celia Bartlett|
Rocky shore area between 2 sandy beaches.
|covering long piece of driftwood, >15ft, c.20cm diameter, washed up on rocks between constantine & boobys bay. Densely packed on driftwood, stalks 10-12cm. Images available if required||greg dolan|
Rocky Headland with Steep Granite Cliffs
|Seen in a narrow crevice at the bottom of a steep cliff at low tide||Liam Faisey|