|Researched by||Anna Neish||Refereed by||Admin|
|Other common names||-||Synonyms||Styela mammiculata Herdman, 1881|
Styela clava is distributed on the south and west coasts of England as far north as Cumbria. It has also been found in Loch Ryan and Androssan marina, Scotland, in Cork and Fenit Harbours, Ireland, and the Channel Isles.
It is a native of the north western Pacific and found in Japan, Korea and Siberia. It is also now found in France, The Netherlands, Denmark and Ireland.
Styela clava is found in shallow water on hard surfaces and occurs abundantly in sheltered warm water docks and harbour installations.
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Last Updated: 23/08/2007