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Species point records from 1995 MNCR Thanet sublittoral survey 1995-MNCR-Thanet-sublittoral-survey.csv

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RecordKey SurveyKey SurveyName SampleKey StartDate EndDate DateType LocationName DataType Latitude Longitude Projection AphiaId Species Uncertain Abundance_SACFORN Abundance_Count IsDead SampleComment
JNCCMNCR10405890 JNCCMNCR10000635 1995 MNCR Thanet sublittoral survey JNCCMNCR10021866 1995-05-22 1995-05-22 D NW of Nayland Ledge (Margate) Point 51.3970315581694 1.347144862875 WGS84 125064 Amphipholis squamata FALSE FALSE Cobbles on plain of soft silty mud/sand with coarse layer a few inches below the surface. Dense mats of Molgula manhattensis on cobbles. Very little else apparent, but may be due to poor visibility. Clytia gracilis identified by NMS 1998.
JNCCMNCR10405904 JNCCMNCR10000635 1995 MNCR Thanet sublittoral survey JNCCMNCR10021867 1995-05-22 1995-05-22 D N of Nayland Ledge (Margate) Point 51.4018448040355 1.35497444999184 WGS84 125064 Amphipholis squamata FALSE F FALSE Cobbles and pebbles overlain with soft silty sand/mud characterised by a variety of hydroids and bryozoans. Very poor visibility made surveying thoroughly hard.
JNCCMNCR10405923 JNCCMNCR10000635 1995 MNCR Thanet sublittoral survey JNCCMNCR10021868 1995-05-23 1995-05-23 D 1 mile NNE of Foreness Point (North Foreland) Point 51.4122693908348 1.44822738169357 WGS84 125064 Amphipholis squamata FALSE FALSE Fine sand and mud overlying compacted pebbles were characterised by a variety of hydroids, including Ectopleura dumortieri and Sertularia cupressina. The depth of the sediment was typically 2 cm. Occassional pebbles and cobbles lay on the surface of the sediment and were similarly covered with hydroids and Alcyonidium diaphanum.
JNCCMNCR10405949 JNCCMNCR10000635 1995 MNCR Thanet sublittoral survey JNCCMNCR10021869 1995-05-23 1995-05-23 D E of North Foreland (North Foreland) Point 51.3804487675725 1.48996231442033 WGS84 125064 Amphipholis squamata FALSE FALSE Plain of tideswept cobbles with pebbles and silty fine sand between. Cobbles with fairly dense turf of hydroids, mostly Tubularia indivisa and Ectopleura dumortierii along with occassional colonies of Alcyonium digitatum and Flustra foliacea. Urticina felina and Sagartia troglodytes were found in silty areas.