|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Goodrington sands, Torbay
Hat rock, up to 37 meters deep, underwater visibility 9 meters.
|Patches of this species betwwen large areas of Corynactis viridis||Sonia Rowley|
Polzeath, north side towards Pentire Point
|Under water on steep sheltered rock face at low water||Paula Ferris|
The pier at Eastbourne. Sandy beach below shingle with some soft bedrock with pools. In addition to the list Mactra stultrom common, as were hydroids (unidentified on the pier structure)
|Many different sizes, forms and colours of which are either this species or troglodytes||Nigel Sawyer|
Saunton Beach north end, down rocks comprising raised beach platform from high to low water
|ID?, image sent to Jack Sewell, in same gully, trumpet shaped column, to 4 cms, sand covered, double fringe tentacles, short white, and longer translucent. We\'ve not seen before on N coast||Paula Ferris|
|100\'S||14/06/2010||CREEKSEA RIVER CROUCH
LOWER SHORE,MUD AND STONES
|IN THE MUD ATTACHED TO A STONE,I WILL TAKE MORE PHOTO\'S WHEN I CONCENTRATE JUST ON THIS SPECIES.||JAMES GIBSON|
North rocky shore of Hayle Bay, Polzeath, 2 m deep low shore gulley,and environs
|One large cluster on overhang and back vertical wall of same gulley||Paula Ferris|
Chalk platform in the east and sandy areas at low tide with soft rock and rock pools.
|In rock pools near pier and under pier. More likely to be troglytes from what I have read but am unsure. Only visible under the pier when tide low tide is <0.4metres||Nigel Sawyer|
|Common in two isolated locations||08/05/2012||Albion Sands
Sandy SW-facing beach, sheltered by Gateholm to S & W,flanked by cliffs, with some outcropping strata central and W edge, & large boulder field E edge.
|A loose colony of 10 or so under a shore-facing overhand in mid-beach rock outcrop. A dense and highly-populated single colony, with Beadlets, on underside of large sandstone boulder at extreme E end of beach.||Robert Durrant|