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Unknown sea shore life

Observed: 11th January 2011 By: anthonygriffin
unknown sea shore habitat

Some sort of home for sea creature, built with very small pieces of rock and sand, covering a lot of rocks next to rock pools and visible at low tide

Species interactions

No interactions present.


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This observation should be

This observation should be classified under 'invertebrates' not 'other organisms'.

Jonathan Wallace

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Sabellaria reef

The Honeycomb worm forms some great intertidal and subtidal reefs around the coast of Wales. Good examples at Porthcawl, Southerndown and Borth just to name a few popular beaches. The subtidal reefs are one of the features for the Severn Estuary Special Area of Conservation.