IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)

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Range Description

Halodule bermudensis is endemic to Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean. The species was originally collected from Walsingham Bay and Gibbet Island, Flatts, Bermuda. The only confirmed records of collections of this morphological form of the genus are from 1922 in Jespersen, Walsingham Bay and 1913 in Collins, Gibbet Island (den Hartog 1964). However, no plants fitting the original taxonomic description have been found recently in Bermuda (K. Coates pers. comm. 2009).

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