|Number seen/Abundance||Date||Location||Comments||Recorded by|
Sandstone/clay wall that runs along on the West side just beyond Selsey Lifeboat Station.
|Laying montionless on the seabed. Mature size.||Paul Parsons|
Papa Westray, Moclett Bay
|Approx 25 cm. Free swimming over weedy/sandy bottom at 8m. Dark brown, marked "fan" fin on tail.||George Hendry|
|2||2003-05-26||Eastern Kings Point
|Seen hiding.||James Highfield|
Chesil Cove Dorset. Portland side, underhill.
|Hiding in seaweed.||Ryan Stalker|
Wreck of James Fennel - nearby on seabed
|On seabed||Charles Whitworth|
Chesil Cove, Dorset (location has been estimated as none given on recording form)
"The Fields" - aprox 1 mile SSE of Dodman Point, Cornwall.
|Sitting on reef. approx 10-12 inches long.||Chris Bunney|
Skelmorlie bank, Clyde, betweem Inverkip and Largs.
|At at 25 metres, on a sandy/silty bottom on the edge of a field of brittle stars.||Robert Grey|
Jennycliffe Bay eel grass bed, near Anchorage/Ramscliff Point
|A few seen within eel grass bed||Amy Bugg|
Farland Point, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae, Firth of Clyde, Scotland
|In shallow area with weed cover near shore||Alison Fish|
Cardigan Bay, west wales
|These fish are either in the pots or coiled around the pot ropes as they are hauled, always returned to the water||Mrs L.M. Hicks|
|Found under rooks in shallow pools all under 15 cm in length||Simon Roper|
Coast at Southwold
|One recently deceased fish found on shoreline during rough low tide. The fish is 43 cms in length||Felix Fardell|
|Present||2005-10-05||Island of Eday
Island of Eday, Orkney Islands.
|Find many in pools at low tide, and some out of water and underneath boulders. Often find many together in the same vicinity.||Kate Townsend|
Freathy Cliff, in a large rockpool
|Seen in a clump of seaweed in a large rockpool. The pipefish was in the blue striped form. Approx 25cm long||James Park|
Cawsand Bay, Cornwall.
|Swimming over sand in shallow water.||Charlotte Marshall|
Mount Batten Beach
|Adult in a rock pool at low tide. Approx 8cm||Milly Hatton-Brown|
kimmeridge bay dive
South beach, Studland Dorset
south beach studland dorset
south beach studland dorset
studland south beach
Chesil Cove, Portland, Dorset
Ventry Harbour is a horseshoe shaped beach with a mixture of sand and gravel in the centre of the beach and a rocky outcrop to the southern end. Two small streams enter the beach along the northern end of the beach. Ventry Harbour is a generally shallow area with depths averaging 2m.
|Caught in Seine Net||Declan Mac Gabhann|
Beach just to north of Borth.
|(Actually think it was a snake pipefish, but it isn't on your list). Washed up in heavy seas, newly dead||Susan Strickland|
|1||2010-09-11||Peveril ledges, Swanage Bay, Dorset
18 metre depth, gravel and stone ledges with strong tidal current.
|around 30 cm on sandy gravel||Daniel Bayley|
|1||04/09/2011||Walpole Bay, Margate
|Shallow chalk reef, depth c. 2 metres||Shaun Connell|
Water depths of 2m to 30m with water temperature of 18 degrees C.
|Beneath new pier at about 3m deep, about 40cm long.||Julian Madle|
|1||12/05/2012||Fort Bovisan, Plymouth
|observed on sany/gravel sea bed under unkown sea weed||keithrd krd|
Washed up freshly dead on the tideline of Wells beach.