Distribution

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Distribution

Escharoides jacksoni is essentially a circumpolar Arctic species. It has been recorded from Greenland, the Faroe Isles and the northern Bay of Biscay. It possibly ranges along the western edge of the continental shelf into the British sea area.

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Source: Bryozoa of the British Isles

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