Recording Marine Life

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Records of Sabella pavonina

Number seen/Abundance Date Location Comments Recorded by
1000+ 2003-03-31 Selsey
Sandstone/clay wall that runs along on the West side just beyond Selsey Lifeboat Station.
Small size at the moment but will grow in the next couple of months then become absent during the summer. All over the seabed. Paul Parsons
100+ 2004-03-28
Sandstone wall and ridges.West side of Selsey Lifeboat Station, West Sussex.
Mostly small sizes at the moment. Colouring whitish. Paul Parsons
O 2004-04-07
Helford passage + Bar beach, Helford River, Cornwall.
Low water mark on sand low shore sand Ruth Williams
P 2004-09-07 Saltstone
West of Saltstone, Salcombe Estuary
Nigel Mortimer
common 20+ 2006-09-11
Poole harbour
Steve Trewhella
Hundreds 2007-10-07
Ipswich Docks, Suffolk
On pier pilings and pontoons in marina Keith Robin
present 2008-06-24
South beach, Studland Dorset
Steve Trewhella
common 2008-11-27 Studland Bay
Studland Bay, Dorset
Steve Trewhella
7 2010-04-09 Mouth Taw/Torridge estuary
Under the few stones on the mud in between the White House & Broadsands
Can\'t find my species : Stomphia coccinea, tiny anemones, not sabella, under about one in 10 of the larger flatter stones in the mud. Paula Ferris
1 12/07/2011 Newtown Cove, Tramore, Co Waterford
A rocky inlet, west of Tramore Co Waterford. On a bearing of 180 Degrees from the shore at a depth of 9.8 meters approx 200 yards from shore
seen in crevice Kevin O'Carroll
3 09/07/2011 Hook Head, Co Wexford
Due south from the tip of Hook Head Co Wexford at approx 9.5 meters depth
on a small ledge 200 meters from shore in approx 9.5 metes of water Kevin O'Carroll
20 07/04/2012 Gorey
Flat sandy area
Kevin McIlwee
cluster of 10+ 08/04/2012 Hele
Rocky outcrops and stones exposed at ELWS on shingly beach in area principally of shale bedrock.
This is to record what is believed to be SABELLA SPALLANZANII. Cluster of varying lengths protruding from beneath deep rocky overhang, facing incoming wave direction. Robert Durrant