|Researched by||Jaret Bilewitch||Refereed by||Admin|
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Found along south coast of England at Brighton, Portsmouth and Weymouth and in harbours on the south west, south and east coasts of Ireland.
Also invasive in France (Brittany) and Spain (Galicia). Native of South circumpolar cold waters; South America, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica.
Attached to hard substrates, such as cobbles, boulders, ship hulls and shells of mussels and oysters such as Ostrea edulis. Also grows on brown algae and other Corella eumyota.
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Last Updated: 28/07/2009