|Researched by||Anna Neish||Refereed by||Admin|
|Other common names||-||Synonyms||Catapaguroides timidus (Roux, 1830)|
Recorded in the south west of England around the Isles of Scilly and in other isolated locations including the Clyde region, Scotland and Northern Ireland (see Ingle, 1993).
Found in the Gulf of St. Malo south to the Canary Islands and common throughout the Mediterranean.
Cestopagurus timidus is associated with soft substrata, especially among seagrasses and algae, in the intertidal and shallow sublittoral to 80 m.
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National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Atlas website. Available from: http://www.nbnatlas.org. Accessed 01 April 2017
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Last Updated: 04/07/2005