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Sandy beach on eastern shore of Sylt. Litoralstation (old littoral station), Biological Institute Helgoland, Biologische Anstalt Helgoland (BAH), List, Sylt
Collection date: May 1949
Kind: type locality
Substrate: sand
Comments: In eulitoral sand slope. Regularly over the whole year. (Prof. Dr. P. Ax).

Sandy beach on eastern shore of Sylt. Litoralstation (old littoral station), Biological Institute Helgoland, Biologische Anstalt Helgoland (BAH), List, Sylt
Collection date: May 1969 - Mar 1971
Kind: type locality
Substrate: sand
Comments: In eulitoral sand slope. Regularly over the whole year.

Ellenbogen, Sylt Island, North Sea
Collection date: Mar 1971
Substrate: sand
Comments: South side. Middle sand slope. About 70 specimens.

Ellenbogen, Sylt Island, North Sea
Collection date: Sep 1973
Substrate: sand
Comments: South side. Middle sand slope. About 70 specimens.

Lister Hook (Lister Haken, Hakens), Sylt Island, Germany, North Sea
Collection date: Sep 1970
Substrate: sand
Comments: Middle sand slope. Approximately 25 individuals.

Breakwater (Buhne) south of List, Sylt Island, Germany
Collection date: Apr 1970
Substrate: sand
Comments: south. Pure sand Watt, 20 - 60 m from the beach break. 5 individuals.

Hornum (Hörnum, Hoernum), Sylt Island, Germany
Collection date: Sep 1969
Substrate: sand
Comments: several meters under the HWL. Few specimens.

Weissenhaus, Kiel Bay (Kieler Bucht; Kielerbugt; Nisler Bach), Germany
Collection date: May 1951
Depth: 1.5 m
Substrate: medium, coarse sand
Comments: 50 m from the bank. (Prof. Dr. P. Ax). Numerous sectioned specimens.

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