Right now the scientific names on some species do not show on the site - we are working to fix this problem which should be solved after the back-up this morning.

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in front of a location indicates that is not geo-coded and therefore does not show on the map. You can easily geo-code your observations:

1. Click on the link Edit my locations above the map and use the Toolbox > Link to a geo-coded location. If you find no appropriate alternative that matches where you made your observation, go to #2.
2. Go to Add & Edit locations and follow the instructions to create a new geo-coded location. Once done, go back to #1 and link your observation to the location you just created.

If a coloured dot appears in front of the species name, you can hover with the mouse over it to see the explanation. The colour indicates e.g. new lifer, new year tick etc.
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David Gibbs

7 October 2017

St Thomasīs Head, Somerset, United Kingdom


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Common Goby Pomatoschistus microps , 10  15:17

St. Thomas's Head, Somerset, United Kingdom


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 Idotea granulosa
 

 
 Lekanesphaera rugicauda
 

 
 Sabellaria alveolata
 

 
 Gammarus locusta
 mandibular palp
 

 
 Austrominius modestus
 

 
Pacific Oyster Crassostrea gigas
 

 
Dog Whelk Nucella lapillus
 
Statistics
Number of species:8
Lifers5
Year Ticks7

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