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Species point records from 1995 MNCR Cardigan Bay estuaries littoral survey 1995-MNCR-Cardigan-Bay-estuaries-littoral-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
JNCCMNCR10422614 JNCCMNCR10000629 1995 MNCR Cardigan Bay estuaries littoral survey JNCCMNCR10022909 1995-07-14 1995-07-14 D Aberdyfi shore (Dyfi estuary) Point 52.5442515473353 -4.04086658061111 WGS84 140685 Patella vulgata FALSE O FALSE Artificial feature, wall made up of natural slates with Pelvetia canaliculata, Verrucaria maura and Elminius modestus. Subject to surge and a degree of scour.
JNCCMNCR10421180 JNCCMNCR10000629 1995 MNCR Cardigan Bay estuaries littoral survey JNCCMNCR10022740 1995-07-11 1995-07-11 D Trefri Point (Dyfi estuary) Point 52.5473510163825 -4.01741202217755 WGS84 145712 Hildenbrandia rubra FALSE S FALSE Vertical and very steep pitted bedrock with a dense cover of Fucus spiralis. The rock beneath was encrusted with Elminius modestus and Semibalanus balanoides. The zone was only 40 cm in height.
JNCCMNCR10422642 JNCCMNCR10000629 1995 MNCR Cardigan Bay estuaries littoral survey JNCCMNCR10022914 1995-07-11 1995-07-11 D Trefri Point (Dyfi estuary) Point 52.5473510163825 -4.01741202217755 WGS84 145712 Hildenbrandia rubra FALSE F FALSE Steep and rugged bedrock with many pits with dense Pelvetia canaliculata and dense Verrucaria maura. There was also a thick turf of Catenella caespitosa.
JNCCMNCR10423041 JNCCMNCR10000629 1995 MNCR Cardigan Bay estuaries littoral survey JNCCMNCR10022974 1995-07-11 1995-07-11 D Trefri Point (Dyfi estuary) Point 52.5473510163825 -4.01741202217755 WGS84 145712 Hildenbrandia rubra FALSE C FALSE Mid eulittoral bedrock with silt on the upper surfaces dominated by a dense cover of Ascophyllum nodosum, giving way to dense Fucus vesiculosus to the waters edge. The rock beneath was encrusted by large Mytilus edulis and barnacles.