|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
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|
Sandstone wall and ridges.West side of Selsey Lifeboat Station, West Sussex.
|Mostly small sizes at the moment. Colouring whitish.||Paul Parsons|
Helford passage + Bar beach, Helford River, Cornwall.
|Low water mark on sand low shore sand||Ruth Williams|
West of Saltstone, Salcombe Estuary
Ipswich Docks, Suffolk
|On pier pilings and pontoons in marina||Keith Robin|
South beach, Studland Dorset
Studland Bay, Dorset
|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|
Flat sandy area
|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|