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sublittoral sample station #8 (Salzsand s. Lister Tief buoy 3), Sylt
Collection date: March 1984
Depth: 3 m
Substrate: medium sand

Lido at Alberoni, Gulf of Venedig (Venice), Venice region, Italy
Collection date: Jun 26-27, 1968
Depth: eulittoral
Substrate: sand shell mix
Comments: strand rebound zone

Kiel Bay (Kieler Bucht, Kieler Bay, Kielerbugt, Nisler Bach), Germany
Collection date: 1951 or earlier
Kind: type locality
Substrate: fine sand
Comments: Otoplanen zone, and coarse sand zone.

Esbjerg, Ribe Am, Denmark
Collection date: 1956 or earlier
Kind: type locality
Depth: 1.0-5.0 m
Substrate: fine sand
Comments: in different places, some with mixed detritus.

Ahus (Åhus), Kristianstads Lan, Sweden
Collection date: 1956 or earlier
Depth: 3.0 m
Substrate: fine sand
Comments: Swedish Baltic coast, pure fine sand.

Gotland, Gotlands Lan, Sweden
Collection date: 1956 or earlier
Depth: 1.0-5.0 m
Substrate: fine sand

Ljugarn, Gotlands Lan, Sweden
Collection date: 1956 or earlier
Depth: 1.0-5.0 m
Substrate: fine sand
Comments: coast.

Tofta, Gotlands Lan, Sweden
Collection date: 1956 or earlier
Depth: 1.0-5.0 m
Substrate: fine sand
Comments: west coast Tofta.

Lawrence's Bay (Lawrence's Brow), Saint Martin's (St. Martins, Saint Martins) Island, Scilly Islands (Sillies, Isles of Scilly), United Kingdom
Collection date: May 12-16, 2002
Depth: eulittoral
Substrate: medium to coarse sand mixed with shells
Comments: Site 1, eulittoral semi-exposed beach, mid-tide level, sandy flat covered with brown algae (Fuscus serratus, Fuscus vesiculosus. Sediment and aufwuchs settled on Laminaria holdfasts, algae, Porifera and Cnidaria were sampled. Sublittoral by SCUBA.

Koenigs Bay (Koenigshafens, Konigshafen, Königshafen), Sylt Island, Germany, North Sea
Collection date: 1985 or earlier
Substrate: sand
Comments: deep sulfide layer at depths of more than 5 cm below the sediment surface. Species found at least 3 times.

Koenigs Bay (Koenigshafens, Konigshafen, Königshafen), Sylt Island, Germany, North Sea
Collection date: Jun 1983
Substrate: medium sand
Comments: Königshaften. Zwei Sandufer eines Salzwiesenpriels, -5 bis + 30 cm, Mittelsand. b) stärker exponiert, je 10 x 2 cm2.

eastern shore of Sylt Island, Germany
Collection date: 1968-1970

Niva Bay (Nivaa Bugt, Niva Bucht), Oresund (Öresund, Sund, Øresund, The Sound), Denmark
Collection date: 1970 or earlier
Comments: Aus Brackwassergebieten engerer Umgrenzung existieren nur 3 Angaben, meldet C. caudata aus der Niva Bucht am Oresund.

Baltiyskaya Kosa (Frische Nehrung, Frischen Nehrung), Poland
Collection date: 1951 or earlier
Depth: 1-5 m
Comments: ...von der Frischen Nehrung und Kurischen Nehrung sowie und um Gotland.

Kurshskaya Kosa (Kurische Nehrung, Courland Spit ), Russia
Collection date: 1951 or earlier
Depth: 1-5 m
Comments: ...von der Frischen Nehrung und Kurischen Nehrung sowie und um Gotland.

Halbinsel Lister Haken, Ostseite und sog. "Filmwatt" (10), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandwatt.

List, Litoralstation der Biologischen Anstalt Helgoland (12), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandwatt and Knick, Strandknick (Kennzeichnung der Strandabschnitte bei Schmidt 1968)

Blidsel-Bucht (15), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandwatt

Odde, Nordspitze (7), Amrum, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandwatt

Strande , Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandhang

Graswarder, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandhang

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