|Researched by||Rose Edwards||Refereed by||Admin|
|Authority||Suhr ex Jessen, 1848|
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Its abundance in maximal in winter. In the south of Britain and as far north as the Orkneys, it disappears in summer. But further north Prasiola stipitata persists through the whole year (Burrows, 1991).
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JNCC (Joint Nature Conservation Committee), 1999. Marine Environment Resource Mapping And Information Database (MERMAID): Marine Nature Conservation Review Survey Database. [on-line] http://www.jncc.gov.uk/mermaid
National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Atlas website. Available from: http://www.nbnatlas.org. Accessed 01 April 2017
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Last Updated: 06/10/2003